Definition of nonaligned in English:


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  • Not aligned with something else.

    ‘If, like many local voters, you are considering not bothering to vote on May 1 precisely for the reasons I have laid out, I urge you to think again and consider voting for an independent or non-aligned candidate.’
    • ‘That strikes me as a very accurate picture of contemporary American culture: the intellectuals, like Harold Bloom and the late Susan Sontag, are all avowedly non-professional and non-aligned.’
    • ‘His departure left bitterness among his local supporters and the allegations which he still faces alarmed party supporters, opponents and non-aligned voters alike.’
    • ‘Factional negotiations often assume that a faction ‘owns’ a particular seat, and that the election of a non-aligned candidate is an anomaly.’
    • ‘The broad consequence of an endless spotlight on novelty has, of course, been a corresponding neglect of individualistic but non-aligned art and artists.’
    • ‘Laurie Ebert is one of a very small number of financial planners who - while charging a commission - says he is determinedly non-aligned.’
    • ‘After this meeting, there were private discussions with some guesthouse owners and, hearteningly, some non-aligned farmers.’
    • ‘Dreadlocks symbolise rebellion - being unconventional and non-aligned.’
    • ‘There are three non-aligned convenors in this body of five.’
    • ‘Both countries have clout within the African, Arab, and non-aligned groups.’
    • ‘Perhaps only the non-aligned can bring themselves to believe that encounters billed as the most important in the Scottish season do not actually amount to much in the scheme of things.’
    • ‘The result, to every non-aligned observer, was obvious.’
    • ‘I write as a non-aligned Londoner who temporarily lives and works near Edinburgh, and who likes it very much.’
    • ‘Asked about England's chances this non-aligned observer has only two words left: why not?’
    • ‘A small number of non-aligned figures has already emerged; there may be more before polling day.’
    • ‘One of the strengths of the Police Association has always been that it has remained politically non-aligned.’
    • ‘Since October 1, parts manufacturers who supply original equipment to the car makers are free to sell those same parts under their own brand names to non-aligned repair shops and distribute them as they see fit.’
    • ‘These gangs were later joined by the 26, who added more pressure to the authorities and non-aligned inmates.’
    • ‘Swinscoe has escaped his influences and marked out his own genus of non-aligned spiritual music.’
    • ‘We trust that non-aligned veterans will see their way clear to show support and strength and march this year with us.’
    neutral, impartial, non-partisan, uninvolved, unallied, unattached, unaffiliated, uncommitted, floating, independent



/ˌnänəˈlīnd/ /ˌnɑnəˈlaɪnd/