nonstimulating love

Definitions

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  • adj. Not stimulating.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ stimulating

Examples

  • Coming after $787 billion in nonstimulating stimulus, a $410 billion omnibus to wrap up fiscal 2009, a $3.5 trillion 2010 budget proposal, sundry bailouts and a 13-figure health-care spending expansion still to come, this latest vow of fiscal chastity is like Donald Trump denouncing self-promotion.

    The 'Paygo' Coverup

  • Comforting, nonstimulating shades of biscuit, oatmeal, and linen keep the look serene and grounded.

    Thom Filicia Style

  • (The nonstimulating tax rebates will also hurt the deficit.)

    Their Fair Share

  • Washington has since embarked on a stampede of easy money from the Federal Reserve, nonstimulating tax rebates from Congress, and a crisis-driven, haphazard approach to credit market triage.

    Run on Washington

  • This nonstimulating stimulus will largely take the form of tax rebates and credits that will do little to change economic incentives.

    The 'Stimulus' Deficit

  • Without these nonstimulating rebates, federal tax payments would have climbed another 2.5%, according to CBO.

    The Spending Explosion

  • Meanwhile, the born-again Democratic Keynesians are already demanding a second round of nonstimulating stimulus.

    That Stagflation Show

  • If you are unable to fall back to sleep, get out of bed and do something nonstimulating and relaxing (no computers or work) until you get sleepy, then go back to bed.

    Health for Life M.D.: Sleeping Well

  • But later that week, another professor in the same department told me I should enjoy my non-academic friends while I still could, because I would eventually outgrow and become bored by them he predicted they would become intellectually nonstimulating by the time I finished my MS.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • • Creating quiet time—at least an hour before you get into bed—for activities such as reading a nonstimulating book or listening to soft music.

    Our Bodies, Ourselves: Menopause

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