[ US /ˈnɑnəˌɫaɪnd/ ]
  1. not affiliated with any faction, party, or cause
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How To Use nonaligned In A Sentence

  • As he joined the Belanger-Campeau commission - tellingly not as a sovereignist but as "nonaligned" - he approached Claude Beland, then president of Desjardins, to create this new party. Um ... what?
  • Iran's President Ahmadinejad today arrived in Cuba for a so - called nonaligned movement summit meeting. CNN Transcript Sep 14, 2006
  • The first couple of rounds would be conducted offsite in nonaligned unoccupied countries and the finale held in Afghanistan to announce the new government. Michael Hughes: Saving Afghanistan Requires Smashing Dangerous Delusions
  • The new treaty embodies the aspirations of most nonaligned countries.
  • The presidents of Cuba, Iran and Venezuela will be in Havana for a summit of what are called nonaligned nations. CNN Transcript Sep 13, 2006
  • CHRISTIANE AMANPOUR, CNN CHIEF INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENT: The Iranian government has invited hundreds of journalists, as well as six ambassadors from the so-called nonaligned movement. CNN Transcript Feb 4, 2007
  • No one has ever proved that it was a sunkiller bomb that made sigma-1014 Orionis go nova, but the destruction of the hearthworld of the Inshai Compact planets certainly suited the expansionist aims of their old enemies in trade, the "nonaligned" planets of the southern Orion Congeries. The Romulan Way
  • It is quite another thing-and well beyond the usual, de rigueur, but shameful cooperation with Arab -, Islamic -, and "nonaligned" - bloc calumny against Israel in the David Horowitz Freedom Center
  • The most important are foreign ministers' meetings and summits of heads of state at which nonaligned policy statements are prepared for action within the UN system.
  • Despite the urging of the maximalists, Ireland never became directly involved with the Nonaligned Movement, nor did it develop particularly close relations with the other European neutrals.
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