Definition of nonstruck in English:

nonstruck

Syllabification: non·struck
Pronunciation: /nänˈstrək
 
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adjective

1Not having been the subject of a labor strike: nonstruck Association members
More example sentences
  • The newsboy speakers played to the larger public through the reporters from the nonstruck papers.
  • Employees locked out by nonstruck employers were not eligible for unemployment benefits.
  • Such output increases in nonstruck firms would be consistent with post-strike gains for nonstruck firms and post-strike losses for struck firms.
2Not having been stricken: occupants of the nonstruck side of the vehicle
3Not having been eliminated: nonstruck jurors

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