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Definition of "nonfulfillment" [non•ful•fill•ment]

  • The failure to fulfil an obligation (noun)

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Use "nonfulfillment" in a sentence
  • "“Team RadioShack has immediately summoned RCS Sport before the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne (CAS), seeking compensation for damages due to the nonfulfillment of the contract between Team RadioShack and RCS Sport regarding the participation in the Tour of Lombardy.”"
  • "How then, I ask you, are childless marriages any less of a nonfulfillment (whether or not by choice) of this most primary function of the "blessed partnership" that is "the cornerstone of all things American"?"
  • "We had explained very clearly and sincerely, with frankness, the consequences both the nonfulfillment of agreements in 1990 and the 1991 agreements would have on our economy."