non·jur·ing adjective \ˈnän-ˈju̇r-iŋ\
: not swearing allegiance —used especially of a member of a party in Great Britain that would not swear allegiance to William and Mary or to their successors
Origin of NONJURING
+ Latin jur
are to swear — more at jury
First Known Use: 1691
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