[ US /nɑnˈstɑɹtɝ/ ]
  1. a horse that fails to run in a race for which it has been entered
  2. a person with a record of failing; someone who loses consistently
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How To Use nonstarter In A Sentence

  • It only takes a cursory look at Einstein's calculations to see that this attempt to relativize rotation is a nonstarter.
  • It is obvious that five of the business plans are nonstarters. Times, Sunday Times
  • Republicans appear immutably opposed to any kind of legalization program, while omitting such a program is a nonstarter for too many Democrats. Sahil Kapur: Arizona Law Battle Will Further Imperil Immigration Reform
  • To give them more power to regulate is a nonstarter," he said.
  • Most Russian experts understand that a U. S. -Russian alliance against China is as much of a nonstarter as a Russian-Chinese alliance against the United States.
  • This time the option of sharing the pound will be a nonstarter from the off. Times, Sunday Times
  • And you might have thought a series on perfume would be a nonstarter. Times, Sunday Times
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