nonunanimous

adjective
non·unan·i·mous | \ ˌnän-yu̇-ˈna-nə-məs \

Definition of nonunanimous 

: not characterized by full agreement or unanimity : not unanimous The case … questions whether states can permit nonunanimous juries to recommend the death penalty … —Elyssa Cherney a nonunanimous ruling

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In addition to the relevancy issue, Ledet wrote that Thomassie's guilty verdict was obtained by a nonunanimous vote of 10-2, and that some statements were inconsistent. Emily Lane, NOLA.com, "January retrial set for ex-NOPD officer accused of raping 7-year-old girl," 12 Dec. 2017

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First Known Use of nonunanimous

1838, in the meaning defined above

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