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[ US /nɑnˌkɑntɹəˈvɝʃəɫ/ ]
  1. not likely to arouse controversy
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How To Use noncontroversial In A Sentence

  • Also for the first time in a long while we have a noncontroversial hero and leader. The Sun
  • Senator Feinstein has proposed a "noncontroversial" amendment that would allow Internet Service Providers to inspect its subscribers' Internet connections to filter out copyright infringement, under the guise of "network management. Archive 2009-02-08
  • Probably because your analogies are non-analogous, and can safely remain noncontroversial by virtue of being stupid. Matthew Yglesias » Getting to Effectiveness
  • The first premise of our undertaking should be noncontroversial: it is simply that economic change is important and interesting.
  • The DREAM Act, which broadens undocumented youths 'access to higher education, basically granting conditional relief to enable students to finish their degrees, is framed as a "noncontroversial" concept that rational people, even conservative-leaning folks, would find hard to oppose on moral grounds. Michelle Chen: Is the DREAM Act a Military Recruiter's Dream, Too? (VIDEO)
  • I am on metformin, which is a remarkably effective, safe, and noncontroversial drug — also dirt cheap. The Volokh Conspiracy » Are Carbs Worse than Fat?
  • Schumer said he believed the new provisions to pay for the bill would be "noncontroversial" with other lawmakers. Backers of 9/11 health bill optimistic
  • Basically Republicans were trying to pass the bill under "suspension of the rules," which is considered the process for passing "noncontroversial" legislation. Newsflash: Tea Party didn't kill Patriot Act
  • And in terms of that one comment that has gotten a lot of press, I view it as a comment that is taken out of context and that read in context really just says what many people acknowledge is totally noncontroversial which is that life experience is a benefit to the process of judging cases and decision-making. CNN Transcript Jun 1, 2009
  • Basically, this means that ethical concerns about "destroying an embryo" for raw stem cell materials are obviated, since a parthenogenic ovum is not viable -- and furthermore, the elimination of an unfertilized egg every 28 days or so is noncontroversial, so presumbaly "rescuing" eggs before they're flushed will be similarily morally unambiguous. Boing Boing: January 27, 2002 - February 2, 2002 Archives
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