Definitions

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  • adjective Not whimsical.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ whimsical

Examples

  • How bout a nonwhimsical study, namely: How can ALL the financial wise-guys glom onto a concerted egregious greed, a la subprime loans, to point of world wide depression.

    Freakonomics in the Times Magazine: Unintended Consequences - Freakonomics Blog - NYTimes.com

  • The idea that such a nonwhimsical man as Armstrong, as a young boy, dreamed of flight “intoxicated” Mailer, “for it dramatized how much at odds might be the extremes of Armstrong’s personality.”

    First Man

  • The idea that such a nonwhimsical man as Armstrong, as a young boy, dreamed of flight “intoxicated” Mailer, “for it dramatized how much at odds might be the extremes of Armstrong’s personality.”

    First Man

  • The idea that such a nonwhimsical man as Armstrong, as a young boy, dreamed of flight “intoxicated” Mailer, “for it dramatized how much at odds might be the extremes of Armstrong’s personality.”

    First Man

  • The idea that such a nonwhimsical man as Armstrong, as a young boy, dreamed of flight “intoxicated” Mailer, “for it dramatized how much at odds might be the extremes of Armstrong’s personality.”

    First Man

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