non-involvement non-involvement


  • (n) withdrawing from the activities of a group



  1. If anything scarcity of references to Laura is an indication of her non-involvement and unpopularity.
  2. The area's top don, whom Wainwright is out to get despite his non-involvement in the case, roves free as a boccie ball.


  1. John Paul II added, "For its part, the non-confessional character of the state, which is the non-involvement of the civil power in the life of the Church and of the different religions, such as in the sphere of the spiritual, allows all the...
    on Sep 10, 2008 By: Pope John Paul II Source: Zenit News Agency

  2. "I welcome Senior Supt. Dumlao's impending extradition and eventual appearance before the local court as it will prove, once and for all, my non-involvement in the Dacer-Corbito case," Lacson said in a statement.
    on Dec 11, 2008 By: Panfilo Lacson Source:

  3. "I've answered every question that could ever be thrown in my direction," Spitzer said. "I think the report from the DA [Soares] made that perfectly clear in terms of my non-involvement ...... I had no involvement in this, none whatsoever."
    on Nov 13, 2007 By: Eliot Spitzer Source: Newsday

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