boldly resisting authority or an opposing force
a defiant attitude
brought up to be aggressive and defiant
- a person who refuses to comply
How To Use noncompliant In A Sentence
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- People who can’t make the changes that promise the hope of improvement are called noncompliant and irrational. After the Diagnosis
- Your father denies his Polish ancestry, since Poland is still a noncompliant nation, and under international sanction because of it.
- The patient feels unimportant and stubborn, and [is] ultimately noncompliant.
- Conscious, alert, and in charge of my own health care here at home, I can weigh all the factors and adjust medication that prevents plugs, refuse meds if I don't need or want them, ask for suction, request more or less water in my cuff -- all without being institutionally "noncompliant" or having something decided without my input or consent. Anniversary -- Escaping institutionalization
- We have all encountered demanding, noncompliant, drug-seeking, angry, or needy patients in our clinical practice. These patients are sometimes referred to as a psychiatrist's worst nightmare.
- You also need to make sure that you do not sneak a noncompliant object through your interface using polymorphism .
- The Russians and Chinese are more reluctant than the Americans to pursue sanctions and other coercive tactics against noncompliant states.
- It is putting pressure on the government to speed up enforcement action against noncompliant disposers and managers of waste.