Definition of Nonappearance

1. Noun. Failure to appear (especially as at court).

Generic synonyms: Nonattendance



Definition of Nonappearance

1. n. Default of appearance, as in court, to prosecute or defend; failure to appear.

Definition of Nonappearance

1. Noun. A failure to appear, especially in a trial ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Nonappearance

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nonappearance

nonanxiety
nonanxious
nonaoxide
nonaoxides
nonapathetic
nonapeptide
nonapeptides
nonapocalyptic
nonapologetic
nonapologies
nonapology
nonapoptotic
nonapostolic
nonapparent
nonappealing
nonappearance (current term)
nonappearances
nonappearing
nonappendiceal
nonappetitive
nonapple
nonapples
nonapplicable
nonapplication
nonapplications
nonapplied
nonappointed
nonappointive
nonappointment
nonappreciable

Literary usage of Nonappearance

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1. The Encyclopædia of Pleading and Practice: Under the Codes and Practice Acts by William Mark McKinney, Thomas Johnson Michie (1900)
"... nor from the entry by the court of the nonappearance of a party who has given notice of a claim against the estate.3 Survival of Eight to Appeal. ..."

2. A Treatise on New Trial and Appellate Practice: Presenting and Illustrating by Thomas Carl Spelling (1903)
"Proceedings before judge or referee at settlement— Appearance and nonappearance of parties. Having given notice of the time and place of settlement, ..."

3. The Acts of the High Commission Court Within the Diocese of Durham by William Hylton Dyer Longstaffe (1858)
"[Eight successive attachments by way of renewal for nonappearance to pay.] 1639. July 23. Attachment renewed. PHILIP OUED. Clandestine marriage. 1637. ..."

4. Magisterial Synopsis: Comprising Summary Convictions, the Offences by George Colwell Oke (1849)
"nonappearance of either or both Parties at adjourned Searing. It will be seen, ante, p. 25, that by s. 13 where the defendant appears at the adjourned ..."

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