1. a person who does not participate
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How To Use nonparticipant In A Sentence

  • This, at a time when Israeli-Palestinian peace efforts seem to have been going nowhere, in part because control of the Palestinian territories is nominally split between Mr. Abbas and nonparticipant Hamas. Lots to Think About
  • It turns out Wilson wasn't a disinterested nonparticipant, a kindly and even chivalrous guy who was just trying to help out the ladies. Susan Kim: Menopause: Marketing Fear
  • The nonparticipants were clients of local social service agencies or friends of those who had participated in A Journey Toward Womanhood.
  • Maybe he wasn't such a "nonparticipant" after all; it would take a great effort of will to avoid being drawn into a working this large. Tran Siberian
  • But she noted that no nonparticipant has been harmed in the 30-year history of the event. Columbia Missourian: Latest Articles
  • Council member Susan Hitchcock was forced to be a nonparticipant in the voting due to her and her husband Jerry Glenn's ownership of property (s) in the purview of the proposed RDA. Undefined
  • During a two-year follow-up period, there were no significant differences in rearrest rates between the participant and nonparticipant groups.
  • It would be Karen Tanski, a citizen, nonparticipant in the criminal world and beyond the code of the street. Zebratown
  • Eric Roberts plays a hissable former CIA operative (he's so hammy you know he can't be trusted), Mickey Rourke turns up as an ex-mercenary/nonparticipant (via a long monologue, he explains that he left his heart in Bosnia), while Bruce Willis and Arnold Schwarzenegger appear in cameo roles (the governator has nothing more urgent to occupy his days?). The Seattle Times
  • I play a song from Ronnie Marler and Marty Keil; I talk about the Small World Podcast and play a snippet from the interview with Douglas Rushkoff; I discuss how I am a nonparticipant in all podcast groups; I play a song by Jonathan Coulton; I play a bootleg from the Butthole Surfers and move on. EGC Clambake for September 6, 2005
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