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Definition of "non-specific" []

  • Alternative spelling of nonspecific. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "non-specific" in a sentence
  • "And although their songs are often About Stuff, U2 patented this stubbornly pervasive tone of wafty, inchoate, non-specific, quasi-spiritual yearning that has come to typify big stadium acts."
  • "That proposal "is subject to significant regulatory uncertainty, and, despite Omnicare's non-specific assurances to the contrary, antitrust clearance to combine the No. 1 and No. 2 players in institutional pharmacy is likely to be difficult to achieve and involve lengthy administrative and court proceedings," PharMerica said."
  • "Etc. My interests are fairly broad, so I'm going to leave it non-specific."
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