nonarbitrary

adjective
non·ar·bi·trary | \ˌnän-ˈär-bə-ˌtrer-ē, -ˌtre-rē\

Definition of nonarbitrary 

: not arbitrary a nonarbitrary choice

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nonarbitrariness noun

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In search of nonarbitrary outcomes, social scientists proffered different ways to conduct votes. Michael M. Weinstein, New York Times, "Kenneth Arrow, Nobel-Winning Economist Whose Influence Spanned Decades, Dies at 95," 21 Feb. 2017

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1832, in the meaning defined above

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nonarbitrary

adjective
non·ar·bi·trary | \ˌnän-ˈär-bə-ˌtrer-ē\

Legal Definition of nonarbitrary 

: not arbitrary

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