nonsensitive

adjective
non·​sen·​si·​tive | \ ˌnän-ˈsen(t)-sə-tiv How to pronounce nonsensitive (audio) , -ˈsen(t)s-təv\

Definition of nonsensitive

: not sensitive: such as
a : not requiring special protection oil production on nonsensitive public land
b : not involving or related to matters requiring special care or secrecy nonsensitive data works in a nonsensitive administrative position

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And his administration is considering granting waivers that would allow American companies like Google and Micron Technology to sell nonsensitive goods like handset components that are widely available on the international market to Huawei. Keith Bradsher, BostonGlobe.com, "US and China resume trade negotiations with slim hopes for a deal," 29 July 2019 And his administration is considering granting waivers that would allow American companies like Google and Micron Technology to sell Huawei nonsensitive goods like handset components that are widely available on the international market. New York Times, "U.S. and China Resume Trade Talks Amid Dim Prospects for Deal," 29 July 2019 For those nonsensitive types who are looking for something a little more zingy, there are solid options containing baking soda. Chioma Nnadi, Vogue, "Why I’m Never Using Drugstore Antiperspirants Again," 23 May 2018 That figure almost certainly includes Russian nationals working at the embassy, usually in nonsensitive jobs. The New York Times, NOLA.com, "Putin's big bet on a Trump presidency is backfiring: news analysis," 31 July 2017 That figure almost certainly includes Russian nationals working at the embassy, usually in nonsensitive jobs. David E. Sanger, Alaska Dispatch News, "Putin bet that Trump would improve Russia-U.S. ties. It’s backfiring.," 31 July 2017 That figure almost certainly includes Russian nationals working at the embassy, usually in nonsensitive jobs. David E. Sanger, New York Times, "Putin’s Bet on a Trump Presidency Backfires Spectacularly," 30 July 2017

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First Known Use of nonsensitive

1836, in the meaning defined above

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nonsensitive

adjective
non·​sen·​si·​tive | \ -ˈsen(t)-sət-iv How to pronounce nonsensitive (audio) \

Medical Definition of nonsensitive

: not sensitive

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