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Definition of "non-negotiable" []

  • Not negotiable; not subject to negotiation. (adjective)

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Use "non-negotiable" in a sentence
  • "Meanwhile, President Barack Obama was among the many leaders stepping up the pressure, issuing what he called a "non-negotiable ultimatum" to Gadhafi to immediately cease further military action against his own citizens and restore basic utility services to areas recently held by rebels."
  • "It was that office's zeal, Ouimet said, that led to her being offered - and then accepting - what she described as a "non-negotiable" agreement to retire about halfway through her seven-year appointment."
  • "And Iran absolutely has rejected that as non-negotiable repeatedly."