Definitions

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  • adjective Not secret
  • noun Something that is not secret.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ secret

Examples

  • In Congress, sexual shenanigans are the best-kept nonsecret around-a topic of continuing speculation and gossip, but one of the great unmentionables when it comes to serious political debate or re-election campaigns.

    A War On Sexual Harassment

  • On the basis of the Snepp case, CIA employees are still obliged to clear all their writings about intelligence matters, even nonsecret matters, with the agency before publication.

    Notes from Underground

  • "They are not even allowed to attempt to prove their case by the use of nonsecret evidence in their own hands or in the hands of third parties," Hawkins wrote.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • While the ICC-ID is nonsecret-it's often found printed on the boxes of cellphone/SIM bundles-the IMSI is somewhat secret.

    Ars Technica

  • "They are not even allowed to attempt to prove their case by the use of nonsecret evidence in their own hands or in the hands of third parties," Hawkins wrote.

    chron.com Chronicle

  • "They are not even allowed to attempt to prove their case by the use of nonsecret evidence in their own hands or in the hands of third parties," Hawkins wrote.

    The Guardian World News

  • (Farm Bureau's) strength comes from being a grass-roots organization that is nonpartisan, nonsectarian and nonsecret in character.

    Durangoherald.com

  • "They are not even allowed to attempt to prove their case by the use of nonsecret evidence in their own hands or in the hands of third parties," Hawkins wrote.

    phillyBurbs.com: Home RSS feed

  • "Its strength comes from being a grass-roots organization that is nonpartisan, nonsectarian and nonsecret in character."

    Durangoherald.com

  • "They are not even allowed to attempt to prove their case by the use of nonsecret evidence in their own hands or in the hands of third parties," Hawkins wrote.

    statesman.com - Highschool

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