noninteractive

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adjective non·in·ter·ac·tive \ˌnän-ˌin-tər-ˈak-tiv\

Definition of noninteractive

  1. :  not interactive; especially :  not involving or requiring the actions or input of a user … there is sometimes real value to be gained from the noninteractive story format. Sometimes that television show, or videotape … enlightens us to something beyond the cause and effect of a point-and-click puzzle. — Andrew Leonard

1951

First Known Use of noninteractive

1951


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