uncommercially love

Definitions

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  • adv. In an uncommercial manner or context.

Etymologies

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uncommercial +‎ -ly

Examples

  • Strictly speaking, the tax rules say you cannot deduct any expenses on property let uncommercially – whether it is rent free or at below-market rent.

    Should we let our daughter live rent free in a student house we buy?

  • In the eyes of HM Revenue & Customs HMRC this would come under the heading of property let uncommercially, which affects the expenses you can deduct from the rental income.

    Should we let our daughter live rent free in a student house we buy?

  • For fate has thrown most of our poets quite on their own resources, so that they have been obliged to live in the large cities, supporting life within the various kinds of hack-harness into which the uncommercially shaped withers of Pegasus can be forced.

    The Joyful Heart

  • That isn't the only uproar - a fan "reBELLYon" was sparked when her label demanded she remove "uncommercially fat" shots of her stomach from the video for

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  • While Parkle lived in Gray's Inn, and I myself was uncommercially preparing for the Bar --- which is done, as everybody knows, by having a frayed old gown put on in a pantry by an old woman in a chronic state of St. Anthony's fire and dropsy, and, so decorated, bolting a bad dinner in a party of four, whereof each individual mistrusts the other three --- I say, while these things were, there was a certain elderly gentleman who lived in a court of the

    The Uncommercial Traveller

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