Nonnitrogenous
Nonnitrogenous Non`ni*trog"e*nous, a. Devoid of nitrogen; as, a nonnitrogenous principle; a nonnitrogenous food. See the Note under {Food}, n., 1. [1913 Webster]

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  • nonnitrogenous — /non nuy troj euh neuhs/, adj. containing no nitrogen. [1870 75; NON + NITROGENOUS] * * * …   Universalium

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  • nonnitrogenous — adj. not nitrogenous, not containing nitrogen …   English contemporary dictionary

  • nonnitrogenous — non·nitrogenous …   English syllables

  • nonnitrogenous — “+ adjective : not containing nitrogen * * * /non nuy troj euh neuhs/, adj. containing no nitrogen. [1870 75; NON + NITROGENOUS] …   Useful english dictionary

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