Neglect or failure to fulfil: as, the non-fulfilment of a promise or bargain.(noun)
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Use "non-fulfilment" in a sentence
"I was promised a Port by the Company for my money, and I intend to protest against receiving any Sections of land on this coast, and to bring an action against the Company for their non-fulfilment of the contract between us, I claiming a return of my money paid to them, together with every expence to which I have been put, and damages of all sorts which the law will allow."
"The proprietors of this little work having determined on reprinting it, some explanation seems called for, to account for the non-appearance of a third part promised in the London Magazine of December last; and the more so because the proprietors, under whose guarantee that promise was issued, might otherwise be implicated in the blame — little or much — attached to its non-fulfilment."
"All Cossacks make their own wine, and drunkenness is not so much a general tendency as a rite, the non-fulfilment of which would be considered apostasy."