noncorporate

adjective
non·cor·po·rate | \ˌnän-ˈkȯr-p(ə-)rət \

Definition of noncorporate 

: not corporate : not relating to or being a corporation small noncorporate businesses

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The monthly fee, which affects most noncorporate wireless plans excluding prepaid service, recently hit $1.99, up from $1.26 earlier this year and 76 cents in 2017. Drew Fitzgerald, WSJ, "AT&T, Sprint Boost Customer Fees," 29 June 2018 Pixar became famous for its noncorporate atmosphere — encouraging artists to combine work with play as a way to spark creativity. Brooks Barnes, New York Times, "Pixar Co-Founder to Leave Disney After ‘Missteps’," 8 June 2018 Ignoring noncorporate business in tax reform makes little sense, as advocates of business-level tax reform have long emphasized. Glenn Hubbard, WSJ, "Why America Needs Tax Reform," 5 Oct. 2017 With their distinctive steakhouse brands and noncorporate styles, neither Ricci nor Miller worry about the many other Downtown steakhouses. Liz Biro, Indianapolis Star, "2 more steakhouses are coming to Downtown Indianapolis," 7 Sep. 2017

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First Known Use of noncorporate

1802, in the meaning defined above

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