Definitions

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  • adjective Not wearing a uniform in the course of one's duties

Etymologies

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non- + uniform + -ed

Examples

  • John Ayala, East Coast director of the Guardian Angels, said in a statement that both uniformed and nonuniformed members will be on Metro's trains and buses.

    Dr. Gridlock: Attacks spur more Metro patrols

  • Moreover, the same treaty, which was signed into US law by Ronald Reagan, does not make a distinction between uniformed soldiers, nonuniformed terrorists, stateless actors, and regular civilians.

    Matthew Yglesias » Strange Libertarians

  • Thus the need for distinction between nonuniformed and uniformed combatants.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Harold Koh Statements on Drone Warfare at ASIL Tonight

  • • Creating a new pension tier for employees hired in the future that would raise the retirement age for nonuniformed workers.

    Mayor Pledges Tough Stance on Unions

  • Partisan (nonuniformed) warfare is against international law of war, and the generals were allowed to punish a whole village, for example, when partisans hid in civilian populations (they were convicted on other grounds).

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Harold Koh Statements on Drone Warfare at ASIL Tonight

  • By contrast, the United States was not at war with England at the time of the Boston Massacre, and the British soldiers were lawful police, not nonuniformed terrorists.

    The Case for Full Disclosure

  • By contrast, the United States was not at war with England at the time of the Boston Massacre, and the British soldiers were lawful police, not nonuniformed terrorists.

    The Case for Full Disclosure

  • And for perhaps the first time in history, a large group of nonuniformed, mounted, lightly armed men galloped forward to confront a mounted Plains Indian tribe on its own terms and in its own style of combat.

    EMPIRE OF THE SUMMER MOON

  • By contrast, the United States was not at war with England at the time of the Boston Massacre, and the British soldiers were lawful police, not nonuniformed terrorists.

    The Case for Full Disclosure

  • By contrast, the United States was not at war with England at the time of the Boston Massacre, and the British soldiers were lawful police, not nonuniformed terrorists.

    The Case for Full Disclosure

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