Definition of Nonearning

1. Adjective. Not earning. ¹



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Definition of Nonearning

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nonearning

nondynamic
nondynamical
nondysfunctional
nondysgenic
nondyslexic
nondyslexics
none
none of someone's business
none of your bee's wax
none of your bees' wax
none of your beeswax
none the less
nonearly
nonearner
nonearners
nonearning (current term)
nonearthbound
noneastern
nonecclesiastic
nonecclesiastical
nonechoic
nonechoing
nonecholocating
noneclectic
noneclipsed
nonecological
noneconometric
noneconomic
noneconomical
noneconomist

Literary usage of Nonearning

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1. Personal Finance by Robert S. Rosefsky (2001)
"nonearning Assets Some of your assets may not be paying any return. ... you may be wise to convert such nonearning assets into earning ones, ..."

2. Institutional Finance for Agricultural Development: An Analytical Survey of by Bhupat Maganlal Desai, John W. Mellor (1993)
"... and (4) a large amount of nonearning and costly assets like accounts receivable, advance payment, and inventory in its total assets. ..."

3. Bulletin of the Department of Labor by United States Dept. of Labor (1896)
"Because of the number 01 nonearning members of this family it was allowed $1 a week, so thai it had an actual balance in its favor of 57 cents. ..."

4. Report on Condition of Woman and Child Wage-earners in the United States: In by United States Bureau of Labor, Charles Patrick Neill (1910)
"For per capita earnings the number included all the earning members, plus any nonearning members for whom the earnings were expended. ..."

5. Report to the Congress on Joint Liability and Innocent Spouse Issues edited by Donald C. Lubick (1998)
"... items of income or improper deductions, credits, or exemptions, could result in additional tax to the nonearning spouse due to the allocation formula. ..."

6. Facilities for Foreign Students in American Colleges and Universities by Samuel Paul Capen (1921)
"The future employers of these men stand ready to help them overcome the hardship of a prolonged nonearning period by cooperating with the schools so that ..."

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