nonclassical nonclassical


  • (adj) not classical


  1. For its priests, seminarians, missionaries, the Church's nonclassical Latin is lingua franca.
  2. But for the man who wants to listen to nonclassical music without danger of infection, Hayakawa recommends Negro blues.
  3. They are America's nonclassical singers: figures like Mabel Mercer, Tony Bennett and Ray Charles, who straddle the worlds of theater tunes, blues and popular standards.
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