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Definition of "nondelivery" [non•de•liv•er•y]

  • A failure to deliver (noun)

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Use "nondelivery" in a sentence
  • "While trying to balance the fame with her regular work responsibilities, she fell further and further behind writing "I Think I Love You" - ultimately prompting Miramax, which had preliminarily bought the rights, to sue her for nondelivery."
  • "Top scams now include nondelivery of ordered merchandise, fraudulent emails claiming to be from the FBI seeking personal and financial information, identity theft, credit-card fraud, online auction fraud, and job and investment scams."
  • "Also big was nondelivery of merchandise or payment, which notched second at 19 percent."