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nonunion
/non yoohn"yeuhn/, adj. 1. not belonging to a labor union: nonunion workers. 2. not recognizing or accepting a labor union or union policy: a nonunion factory. 3. not ...
nonunion shop
a shop or business in which the employer fixes terms and conditions of employment unilaterally without recognizing or dealing with a union. Cf. union shop. * * *
nonunionism
—nonunionist, n. /non yoohn"yeuh niz'euhm/, n. disregard of or opposition to trade unions. [1890-95; NON- + UNIONISM] * * *
nonunique
adj.; nonuniquely, adv.; nonuniqueness, n. * * *
nonunison
n. * * *
nonunitable
adj. * * *
nonunitarian
n. * * *
nonuniteable
adj. * * *
nonunited
adj. * * *
nonuniting
adj. * * *
nonunity
n., pl. nonunities. * * *
nonuniversal
adj., n.; nonuniversally, adv. * * *
nonuniversalist
n., adj. * * *
nonuniversity
n., pl. nonuniversities, adj. * * *
nonuple
/non"yeuh peuhl/, adj. Music. having nine beats to the measure: a nonuple rhythm. [ < NL nonuplus, equiv. to L non(us) ninth + -uplus as in duplus DUPLE] * * *
nonupright
adj., n.; nonuprightly, adv.; nonuprightness, n. * * *
nonurban
adj. * * *
nonurbanite
n. * * *
nonurbanized
adj. * * *
nonurgent
adj.; nonurgently, adv. * * *
nonusable
adj. * * *
nonusage
n. * * *
nonuse
n. * * *
nonuseable
adj. * * *
nonuser
/non yooh"zeuhr/, n. a person who does not use or partake of something, as drugs or alcoholic beverages. [1640-50; NON- + USER] * * *
nonusing
adj. * * *
nonusurious
adj.; nonusuriously, adv.; nonusuriousness, n. * * *
nonusurping
adj.; nonusurpingly, adv. * * *
nonuterine
adj. * * *
nonutilitarian
adj., n. * * *
nonutility
n., pl. nonutilities. * * *
nonutilized
adj. * * *
nonutterance
n. * * *
nonvacancy
n., pl. nonvacancies. * * *
nonvacant
adj.; nonvacantly, adv. * * *
nonvacillating
adj. * * *
nonvacuous
adj.; nonvacuously, adv.; nonvacuousness, n. * * *
nonvacuum
adj., n., pl. nonvacuums, nonvacua. * * *
nonvaginal
adj. * * *
nonvagrancy
n., pl. nonvagrancies. * * *
nonvagrant
adj.; nonvagrantly, adv.; nonvagrantness, n. * * *
nonvalid
adj.; nonvalidly, adv.; nonvalidness, n. * * *
nonvalidity
n., pl. nonvalidities. * * *
nonvalorous
adj.; nonvalorously, adv.; nonvalorousness, n. * * *
nonvaluable
adj. * * *
nonvalue
n. * * *
nonvalued
adj. * * *
nonvanishing
adj. * * *
nonvaporous
adj.; nonvaporously, adv.; nonvaporousness, n. * * *
nonvariable
adj.; nonvariableness, n.; nonvariably, adv. * * *
nonvariance
n. * * *
nonvariant
adj., n. * * *
nonvariation
n. * * *
nonvaried
adj. * * *
nonvariety
n., pl. nonvarieties. * * *
nonvarious
adj.; nonvariously, adv.; nonvariousness, n. * * *
nonvascular
adj.; nonvascularly, adv. * * *
nonvasculose
adj. * * *
nonvasculous
adj. * * *
nonvassal
n. * * *
nonvegetable
n., adj. * * *
nonvegetarian
adj., n. * * *
nonvegetative
adj.; nonvegetatively, adv.; nonvegetativeness, n. * * *
nonvegetive
adj. * * *
nonvehement
adj.; nonvehemently, adv. * * *
nonvehicular
adj. * * *
nonvenal
adj.; nonvenally, adv. * * *
nonvendible
adj.; nonvendibleness, n.; nonvendibly, adv. * * *
nonvenereal
adj. * * *
nonvenomous
adj.; nonvenomously, adv.; nonvenomousness, n. * * *
nonvenous
adj.; nonvenously, adv.; nonvenousness, n. * * *
nonventilative
adj. * * *
nonveracious
adj.; nonveraciously, adv.; nonveraciousness, n. * * *
nonveracity
n., pl. * * *
nonverbal
adj.; nonverbally, adv. * * *
nonverbalized
adj. * * *
nonverbosity
n. * * *
nonverifiable
adj. * * *
nonveritable
adj.; nonveritableness, n.; nonveritably, adv. * * *
nonverminous
adj.; nonverminously, adv.; nonverminousness, n. * * *
nonvernacular
adj. * * *
nonvertebral
adj. * * *
nonvertebrate
adj., n. * * *
nonvertical
adj.; nonvertically, adv.; nonverticalness, n. * * *
nonvesicular
adj.; nonvesicularly, adv. * * *
nonvested
adj. * * *
nonvesting
adj., n. * * *
nonvesture
n. * * *
nonveteran
n. * * *
nonveterinary
adj., n., pl. nonveterinaries. * * *
nonvexatious
adj.; nonvexatiously, adv.; nonvexatiousness, n. * * *
nonviable
—nonviability, n. /non vuy"euh beuhl/, adj. 1. not capable of living, growing, and developing, as an embryo, seed, or plant. 2. not practicable or workable: a nonviable ...
nonvibratile
adj. * * *
nonvibrating
adj. * * *
nonvibration
n. * * *
nonvibrator
n. * * *
nonvibratory
adj. * * *
nonvicarious
adj.; nonvicariously, adv.; nonvicariousness, n. * * *
nonvictim
n. * * *
nonvictory
n., pl. nonvictories. * * *
nonviewer
n. * * *
nonvigilance
n. * * *
nonvigilant
adj.; nonvigilantly, adv.; nonvigilantness, n. * * *
nonvillager
n. * * *
nonvillainous
adj.; nonvillainously, adv.; nonvillainousness, n. * * *
nonvindicable
adj. * * *
nonvinosity
n. * * *
nonvinous
adj. * * *
nonvintage
adj., n. * * *
nonviolable
adj.; nonviolableness, n.; nonviolably, adv. * * *
nonviolation
n. * * *
nonviolative
adj. * * *
nonviolence
/non vuy"euh leuhns/, n. 1. absence or lack of violence; state or condition of avoiding violence. 2. the policy, practice, or technique of refraining from the use of violence, ...
nonviolent
—nonviolently, adv. /non vuy"euh leuhnt/, adj. 1. not violent; free of violence. 2. peacefully resistant, as in response to or protest against injustice, esp. on moral or ...
nonviolently
See nonviolent. * * *
nonvirginal
adj.; nonvirginally, adv. * * *
nonvirile
adj. * * *
nonvirility
n. * * *
nonvirtue
n. * * *
nonvirtuous
adj.; nonvirtuously, adv.; nonvirtuousness, n. * * *
nonvirulent
adj.; nonvirulently, adv. * * *
nonvisceral
adj. * * *
nonviscid
adj.; nonviscidly, adv.; nonviscidness, n. * * *
nonviscidity
n. * * *
nonviscous
—nonviscously, adv. —nonviscousness, n. /non vis"keuhs/, adj. inviscid. [NON- + VISCOUS] * * *
nonvisibility
n., pl. nonvisibilities. * * *
nonvisible
adj.; nonvisibly, adv. * * *
nonvisional
adj. * * *
nonvisionary
adj., n. * * *
nonvisiting
adj. * * *
nonvisual
adj. * * *
nonvisualized
adj. * * *
nonvital
adj.; nonvitally, adv.; nonvitalness, n. * * *
nonvitality
n. * * *
nonvitalized
adj. * * *
nonvitiation
n. * * *
nonvitreous
nonvitreous [spelling only] * * *
nonvitrified
adj. * * *
nonvitriolic
adj. * * *
nonvituperative
adj.; nonvituperatively, adv. * * *
nonviviparous
adj.; nonviviparously, adv.; nonviviparousness, n. * * *
nonvocable
adj., n. * * *
nonvocal
adj., n.; nonvocally, adv.; nonvocalness, n. * * *
nonvocalic
adj. * * *
nonvocality
n. * * *
nonvocational
adj.; nonvocationally, adv. * * *
nonvoid
adj., n. * * *
nonvoidable
adj. * * *
nonvolant
adj. * * *
nonvolatile
/non vol"euh tl, -til/ or, esp. Brit., /-tuyl'/, adj. 1. not volatile. 2. (of computer memory) having the property of retaining data when electrical power fails or is turned ...
nonvolatilized
adj. * * *
nonvolcanic
adj. * * *
nonvolition
n. * * *
nonvolitional
adj. * * *
nonvoluble
adj.; nonvolubleness, n.; nonvolubly, adv. * * *
nonvoluntary
adj. * * *
nonvoter
—nonvoting, adj. /non voh"teuhr/, n. 1. a person who does not vote. 2. a person who is not eligible to vote. [NON- + VOTER] * * *
nonvoting
nonvoting [spelling only] * * *
nonvulcanized
adj. * * *
nonvulgarity
n., pl. nonvulgarities. * * *
nonvulval
adj. * * *
nonvulvar
adj. * * *
nonwaivable
adj. * * *
nonwalking
adj., n. * * *
nonwar
n. * * *
nonwarrantable
adj.; nonwarrantably, adv. * * *
nonwarranted
adj. * * *
nonwashable
adj. * * *
nonwasting
adj., n. * * *
nonwatertight
adj. * * *
nonwavering
adj. * * *
nonwaxing
adj. * * *
nonweakness
n. * * *
nonwestern
adj., n. * * *
nonwetted
adj. * * *
nonwhaling
adj. * * *
nonwhite
/non hwuyt", -wuyt"/, n. 1. a person who is not Caucasoid. adj. 2. not Caucasoid: the nonwhite peoples of Africa and Asia. 3. of or pertaining to nonwhite persons or ...
nonwinged
adj. * * *
nonwinner
n. * * *
nonwithdrawable
adj. * * *
nonwithering
adj. * * *
nonwoody
/non wood"ee/, adj. Hort. herbaceous. [NON- + WOODY] * * *
nonwool
adj. * * *
nonword
/non werrd"/, n. 1. a word that is not recognized or accepted as legitimate, as one produced by a spelling or typographical error. 2. a word whose meaning or use is not approved ...
nonwork
n. * * *
nonworker
n. * * *
nonworking
/non werr"king/ adj. 1. not employed for a salary, fees, or wages; not producing or generating income: Our employee medical plan also covers nonworking spouses. 2. not involved ...
nonwoven
/non woh"veuhn/, adj. (of a fabric) made of fibers autogenously bonded through the action of a chemical agent or heating device, or adhering by means of resinous ...
nonyielding
adj. * * *
nonyl
nonyl [nän′il] n. 〚non(ane), a paraffin hydrocarbon from which it is derived + -YL〛 a monovalent alkyl radical C9H19; esp., the normal radical CH3 (CH2)7CH2 * * *
nonyl alcohol
/non"il, -eel, noh"nil, -neel/, Chem. any of several colorless or light-yellow, liquid, water-soluble isomers of the formula C9H20O, esp. having a roselike odor: used chiefly in ...
nonzealous
adj.; nonzealously, adv.; nonzealousness, n. * * *
nonzero
/non zear"oh/, adj. not equal to zero. [1900-05; NON- + ZERO] * * *
nonzodiacal
adj. * * *
nonzonal
adj.; nonzonally, adv. * * *
nonzonate
adj. * * *
nonzonated
adj. * * *
nonzoologic
adj. * * *
nonzoological
adj.; nonzoologically, adv. * * *
noodge
/nooj/, v.t., v.i., noodged, noodging, n. nudge2. * * *
noodle
noodle1 /noohd"l/, n. a narrow strip of unleavened egg dough that has been rolled thin and dried, boiled, and served alone or in soups, casseroles, etc.; a ribbon-shaped ...
noodlehead
—noodleheaded, adj. /noohd"l hed'/, n. a fool or simpleton; dolt; blockhead. [NOODLE2 + HEAD] * * *
noogie
/noog"ee/, n. Slang. a light blow or jab, usually to a person's head, back, or upper arm and accompanied by a twisting motion, with the extended knuckle of the curled-up second ...
nook
—nooklike, adj. /nook/, n. 1. a corner, as in a room. 2. any secluded or obscure corner. 3. any small recess: a breakfast nook. 4. any remote or sheltered spot: a shady nook ...
nookery
/nook"euh ree/, n., pl. nookeries. a snug, secure, or cozy nook. [1815-25; NOOK + -ERY] * * *
nooky
nooky1 /nook"ee/, n., pl. nookies for 2. Slang (vulgar) 1. coitus; sexual intercourse. 2. a female regarded as a sexual partner. Also, nookie. [1925-30; of uncert. orig.; D ...
noon
/noohn/, n. 1. midday. 2. twelve o'clock in the daytime. 3. the highest, brightest, or finest point or part: the noon of one's career. 4. Archaic. midnight: the noon of ...
noonday
/noohn"day'/, adj. 1. of or at noon or midday: the usual noonday meal. n. 2. midday; noon. [1525-35; NOON + DAY] * * *
noone
no one pron. No person; nobody. * * *
Noone, Jimmie
▪ American musician born April 23, 1895, near New Orleans, La., U.S. died April 19, 1944, Los Angeles, Calif.  black American jazz clarinetist noted for his lyricism and ...
nooner
/nooh"neuhr/, n. Informal. 1. an activity undertaken during the lunch hour. 2. a brief midday sexual encounter. [NOON + -ER1] * * *
noonhour
/noohn"oweur', -ow'euhr/, n. 1. the hour between 12 noon and 1 P.M. 2. lunchtime. [1885-90, Amer.; NOON + HOUR] * * *
nooning
/nooh"ning/, n. Chiefly Inland North. 1. noontime. 2. an interval at noon for rest or food. 3. a rest or meal at noon. [1425-75; late ME; see NOON, -ING1] * * *
noontide
/noohn"tuyd'/, n. 1. the time of noon; midday. 2. the highest or best point or part: the noontide of one's theatrical career. 3. Literary. midnight. [bef. 1000; ME nonetyde, OE ...
noontime
/noohn"tuym'/, n. noon; noontide; noonday: Will he be home at noontime? [1350-1400; ME none tyme. See NOON, TIME] * * *
Noonuccal, Oodgeroo
▪ 1994       (KATH WALKER; KATHLEEN JEAN MARY RUSKA), Australian Aboriginal poet and writer (b. Nov. 3, 1920, Stradbroke Island, Queensland, Australia—d. Sept. 16, ...
Noor al-Ḥussein
▪ queen of Jordan Arabic“Light of Ḥussein”also spelled  Nūr al-Ḥusayn , byname of  Lisa Najeeb Halaby  born Aug. 23, 1951, Washington, D.C., ...
Noord-Brabant
▪ province, The Netherlands English  North Brabant        provincie (province), second largest of The Netherlands, extending northward from the Belgium border, ...
Noord-Holland
▪ province, The Netherlands English  North Holland        coastal provincie (province), northwestern Netherlands, comprising a peninsula (area 1,030 square miles ...
Noordbrabant
Noordbrabant [nō̂rt΄brä bänt′] Du. name for NORTH BRABANT * * *
Noordholland
Noordholland [noordhō̂′länt΄] Du. name for NORTH HOLLAND * * *
noose
—nooser, n. /noohs/, n., v., noosed, noosing. n. 1. a loop with a running knot, as in a snare, lasso, or hangman's halter, that tightens as the rope is pulled. 2. a tie or ...
noosphere
/noh"euh sfear'/, n. Ecol. the biosphere including and modified by such human activities as agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry, urbanization, and industrialization. Also ...
Noot, Henri van der
▪ Belgian political leader born Jan. 7, 1731, Brussels, Austrian Netherlands [now in Belgium] died Jan. 12, 1827, Strombeek, Neth.       lawyer and political activist ...
Noot, Jan Baptista van der
▪ Dutch poet byname  Jonker Jan   born c. 1540, , Brecht, near Antwerp [now in Belgium] died c. 1595, , Antwerp       the first Dutch poet to realize fully the new ...
Nooteboom, Cees
▪ Dutch author in full  Cornelis Johannes Jacobus Maria Nooteboom  born July 31, 1933, The Hague, Neth.       Dutch writer known for his novels and travel ...
Nootka
/nooht"keuh, noot"-/, n., pl. Nootkas, (esp. collectively) Nootka for 2. 1. a Wakashan language spoken in SW Canada on the western coast of Vancouver Island. 2. a member of an ...
Nootka fir
(in the Pacific Northwest) See Douglas fir. [1795-1805, Amer.] * * *
Nootka Sound
▪ inlet, Pacific Ocean       an inlet of the Pacific Ocean, on the western coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, some 168 miles (270 km) northwest of ...
Nootka Sound Controversy
(1790) Dispute between Spain and Britain over ship seizures off the western Canadian coast. Spain seized four British trading ships in Nootka Sound, an inlet of Vancouver ...
Nootkacypress
Nootka cypress n. See Alaska cedar.   [After Nootka Sound.] * * *
NootkaSound
Nootka Sound An inlet of the Pacific Ocean on the western coast of Vancouver Island in southwest British Columbia, Canada. It was explored by Capt. James Cook in 1778. * * *
Nooyi, Indra
▪ 2008 born Oct. 28, 1955, Madras [now Chennai], India  On May 2, 2007, Indra K. Nooyi, the chief executive officer of PepsiCo, Inc., assumed the additional title of ...
NOP
not our publication. Also, N.O.P. * * *
nopal
/noh"peuhl, noh pahl", -pal"/, n. 1. any of several cacti of the genus Nopalea, resembling the prickly pear. 2. the fruit of such a cactus, or of a similar cactus, as the prickly ...
nope
/nohp/, adv. Informal. no. [1885-90, Amer.; var. of NO1; cf. YUP] * * *
noplace
/noh"plays'/, adv. nowhere. [1925-30; NO2 + PLACE] Usage. See anyplace. * * *
nor
/nawr/; unstressed /neuhr/, conj. 1. (used in negative phrases, esp. after neither, to introduce the second member in a series, or any subsequent member): Neither he nor I will ...
NOR
/nawr/, n. a Boolean operator that returns a positive result when both operands are negative. * * *
NOR circuit
/nawr/ Computers. a circuit that is energized only when none of its inputs are energized. Also called NOR gate. [1955-60] * * *
NOR gate
Computers. See NOR circuit. [1965-70] * * *
nor'
nor' or nor [nôr] contraction north: used especially in compounds [nor'western] * * *
nor'easter
/nawr'ee"steuhr/, n. northeaster. [1830-40] * * *
nor'wester
/nawr'wes"teuhr/, n. 1. sou'wester (defs. 1, 2). 2. northwester. [1695-1705; NOR(TH)WESTER] * * *
nor-
a combining form used in the names of chemical compounds which are the normal or parent forms of the compound denoted by the base words: l-norepinephrine. [short for NORMAL] * * *


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