noncountry

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adjective non·coun·try \ˌnän-ˈkən-trē\

Definition of noncountry

  1. :  not of, relating to, suitable for, or featuring country music Arriving in Nashville from Las Vegas in 1980, [Lee] Greenwood had some very noncountry sounds in his head: The Beatles. Bobby Darin. Sinatra. — Matt Wake

1955

First Known Use of noncountry

1955


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