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Definition of Noncombative
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Literary usage of Noncombative
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1. Works by Washington Irving (1895)
"noncombative principles, being mild and inoffensive in their manners. Like them, also, they had something of religious feelings ; for Captain Bonneville ..."
2. The American Geologist by Newton Horace Winchell (1888)
"... and the quiet, courageous and noncombative spirit with which he received the onslaught made upon him from all quarters of the heavens, constitutes one ..."
3. Prussia in Transition: Society and Politics Under the Stein Reform Ministry by Marion W. Gray (1986)
"... (1752-1831) and Legation Councilor Johann Wilhelm Lombard (1767-1812), both of whom had urged the noncombative stance of the Prussians prior to 1806. ..."