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[non-ish-oo or, esp. British, -is-yoo] /nɒnˈɪʃ u or, esp. British, -ˈɪs yu/
a matter or issue of little or no interest or importance:
Whether the candidate is a woman or a man should be a nonissue.
Origin of nonissue
1960-65; non- + issue Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Examples from the web for nonissue
  • If sick people weren't so rude as to cough in public, this would be a nonissue.
  • The writers insistently deflect their gaze from anatomical gender difference, angrily proclaiming that it is a nonissue.
  • Funding is being explored for future efforts to make communications between the effected agencies a nonissue.
  • The response from each jury member was appropriate and the judge ruled it a nonissue.
  • Only then, does product liability become a nonissue.
  • Consequently, the existence vel non of irreparable harm is a nonissue.
  • He stated that leaching is a nonissue in that there are no chemicals used in cross-linking.
  • Mutuality of contract, however, becomes a nonissue when one party to the agreement performs its obligation.
  • The copyright is a nonissue since producers will control, directly or indirectly, the description process.
  • There was a nonissue raised concerning the ownership of the truck.

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