Definition of Noncandidates

1. Noun. (plural of noncandidate) ¹



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Definition of Noncandidates

1. noncandidate [n] - See also: noncandidate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Noncandidates

noncamping
noncampus
noncanal
noncanalized
noncancelable
noncanceled
noncancellable
noncancellation
noncancelled
noncancer
noncancerous
noncancers
noncandidacies
noncandidacy
noncandidate
noncandidates (current term)
noncanine
noncanned
noncannibal
noncannibalistic
noncannibals
noncanonical
noncanonicality
noncanonically
noncanonized
noncanvas
noncapable
noncapillary
noncapital
noncapitalism

Literary usage of Noncandidates

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1. Proposed Changes in Naturalization Laws: Hearings Before the Committee on (1919)
"As the noncandidates in the classes take out their naturalization papers the school authorities apply for more books. In some places the question has been ..."

2. The Shape of the New Europe by Gregory F. Treverton (1992)
"The claims will proliferate for compensating and functionally equivalent arrangements with Mediterranean noncandidates. North Africans produce agricultural ..."

3. Admission of Chinese Students to American Colleges by John Fryer (1909)
"The charges for noncandidates for a degree pursuing courses under the ... noncandidates, candidates for admission to and students having entered with ..."

4. Annual Report of the Chief, Children's Bureau to the Secretary of Labor by United States Children's Bureau, United States, Children's Bureau (1921)
"number means to provide facilities and machinery for the millions of unschooled adults, whether they be candidates for citizenship, noncandidates, ..."

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