Definition of non-controversial in English:

non-controversial

Line breaks: non-contro¦ver¦sial

adjective

Not giving rise to disagreement; not controversial (tending to be less forceful in meaning than uncontroversial).
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  • You could trust him implicitly, and he was totally non-controversial on these trips.
  • But even that non-controversial success was not enough to eradicate the stigma of her past.
  • I rise to put forward a very non-controversial amendment that I am hoping all members of the House will support.

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