Definition of Nonresidential

1. Adjective. Not residential. "Community colleges are typically nonresidential"

Antonyms: Residential



Definition of Nonresidential

1. Adjective. Not used as a residence, generally referring to a building or property used for business or other commercial purposes. ¹

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Definition of Nonresidential

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nonresidential

nonresealable
nonresearch
nonresearcher
nonresearchers
nonresectional
nonresemblance
nonreservation
nonreserve
nonreserved
nonreset nodus sinuatrialis
nonresidence
nonresidences
nonresidencies
nonresidency
nonresident
nonresidential (current term)
nonresidents
nonresidual
nonresilient
nonresin
nonresinous
nonresins
nonresiny
nonresistance
nonresistances
nonresistant
nonresistants
nonresister
nonresisters
nonresisting

Literary usage of Nonresidential

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1. U. S. Industrial Outlook, 1994: Business Forecasts for 350 IndustriesBusiness & Economic (1994)
"The decline in private nonresidential construction was largely attributable to high vacancy ... Some categories of private nonresidential construction, ..."

2. Growing Smart Legislative Guidebook: Model Statutes for Planning and the ...by William Klein, Stuart Meck by William Klein, Stuart Meck (1998)
"For example, assume that the market factor is 16 percent.106 If land absorbed for residential and nonresidential uses totals 3206 acres (1667 acres for ..."

3. Regional Housing Opportunities for Lower Income Households: A Resource Guide by Robert W. Burchell, David L. Stokin, Arlene Pashman (1995)
"0.25 = nonresidential developer obligations. 5. ... Under the old ordinance, nonresidential developers had to pay about 3 percent of the value of their ..."

4. Forest Owners' Guide to the Federal Income Tax by William C. Siegel, William L. Hoover, Harry L. Haney, Jr., Karen Liu (1996)
"For residential real property, the period is 27.5 years, and for nonresidential real property, the recovery period is 39 years. If the property was placed ..."

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