nonpartisanship nonpartisanship


  • (n) an inclination to weigh both views or opinions equally


  1. Far from indulging in nonpartisanship as Lyndon likes it, Republican Senators were heightening their resistance to pell-mell Democratic antirecession spending.
  2. Sir: It was only natural that Khrushchev's tirade against Eisenhower should evoke the hackneyed professions of nonpartisanship and the united front among top Democratic leaders.
  3. Lindsay, in a passionate appeal for nonpartisanship, proposes Eugene McCarthy for Vice President, and again the nomination is unanimously approved.


  1. "This reflects the fact that the Third Frontier Program has been a model of nonpartisanship since its inception, and remains so today," Fingerhut said.
    on Feb 3, 2010 By: Eric Fingerhut Source: BusinessWeek

  2. "There can be no advantage in holding someone who is devoted to supporting peace, justice and harmony in the region. Mindanao needs more (not less) international organizations who wholeheartedly believe in nonpartisanship, the protection of...
    on Mar 1, 2009 By: Hosni Mubarak Source: Philippine Star

  3. "In the spirit of nonpartisanship, I will not hold it against you that you are apparently the Republican Party's candidate," said state Sen. Liz Krueger, a Manhattan Democrat.
    on Jan 24, 2007 By: Liz Krueger Source: Newsday

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