nonelectric

adjective
non·​elec·​tric | \ˌnän-i-ˈlek-trik, -ē-\
variants: or less commonly nonelectrical \ ˌnän-​i-​ˈlek-​tri-​kəl , -​ē-​ \

Definition of nonelectric 

: not electric nonelectric cooking appliances a nonelectric guitar

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From $329 at Apple Buy For the Dad Who Cares About Teeth Apa Beauty Clean White Sonic Toothbrush $250, Net-A-Porter Using a nonelectric toothbrush in this day and age is like using dial-up in the age of Fios. The Cut, "27 Luxury Father’s Day Gifts for the Dad Who Has Everything," 14 June 2018 Range: Depending upon the mileage and how fast a car is going, a nonelectric car can get well over 350 miles on a full tank of gas, according to consumer finance website Bankrate. Alex Schiffer, Washington Post, "What consumers should consider when buying an electric car," 10 July 2017

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First Known Use of nonelectric

1742, in the meaning defined above

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