non·​res·​i·​dent | \ ˌnän-ˈre-zə-dənt How to pronounce nonresident (audio) , -ˈrez-dənt, -ˌdent \

Definition of nonresident

: not residing in a particular place

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nonresident noun

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Recent Examples on the Web Anglers over the age of 16 must have an Alabama saltwater fishing license (resident or nonresident, annual or trip), or any Alabama resident angler 65 or older or lifetime saltwater license holder must have a current saltwater angler registration. Frank Sargeant, al, "Outdoors notebook: Teenage brothers win $10,000 in bass tourney," 4 Mar. 2020 Timothy Kaldas, a nonresident fellow at the Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy in Washington, said such coverage is an attempt by the Sissi government to undermine any fond remembrances of Mubarak. Sudarsan Raghavan,, "Mubarak’s death elicits mixed emotions in Egypt," 25 Feb. 2020 Nevada offers very few nonresident turkey tags, and public hunting opportunities are almost nonexistent in Texas. Brian Lovett, Field & Stream, "Best States to Hunt Spring Gobblers on Public Land," 12 Feb. 2020 Wisconsin Madison: University of Wisconsin System regents will consider raising tuition for nonresident students and graduate students at a pair of meetings this week. USA TODAY, "Electric car corridor, underwater gravestone search, scooters in canal: News from around our 50 states," 4 Feb. 2020 Federica Saini Fasanotti, a nonresident fellow at the Brookings Institution, said that high-level participation was a positive sign, but cautioned that previous agreements had fallen through. Jessica Donati, WSJ, "World Powers Aim to Stop the Shooting in Libya," 18 Jan. 2020 Youth tags, even for nonresident youth hunters, are a mere $8. Jace Bauserman, Outdoor Life, "The 6 Best Do-it-Yourself Hunts in America," 18 Dec. 2019 Some plan sponsors could wait until 2024 to make this change relating to part-time workers based on the statute, said Mark Iwry, a nonresident senior fellow at the Brookings Institution. Susan Tompor, Detroit Free Press, "New retirement rules could help boost your savings: 5 things to know," 8 Jan. 2020 Holly Dagres, a nonresident fellow at the Atlantic Council who specializes in Iran, was born in the United States to an Iranian mother and moved to Iran as a teenager. Siobhán O'grady, Washington Post, "Iranians celebrate their favorite cultural sites after Trump threatened to target them," 7 Jan. 2020

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First Known Use of nonresident

1540, in the meaning defined above

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11 Mar 2020

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“Nonresident.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 7 Apr. 2020.

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non·​res·​i·​dent | \ ˈnän-ˈre-zə-dənt How to pronounce nonresident (audio) \

Kids Definition of nonresident

 (Entry 1 of 2)

: not living in a certain place a nonresident student



Kids Definition of nonresident (Entry 2 of 2)

: a person who does not live in a certain place

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