nonmechanical

adjective
non·me·chan·i·cal | \ˌnän-mi-ˈka-ni-kəl \

Definition of nonmechanical 

: not mechanical: such as

a : not of, relating to, or involving machinery nonmechanical solid-state drives extricated from the vehicle by nonmechanical means

b : caused by a chemical or biological as opposed to a purely physical change or process nonmechanical causes of erosion nonmechanical back pain

First Known Use of nonmechanical

1851, in the meaning defined above

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