Definition of non-aggression in English:

non-aggression

Line breaks: non-aggres¦sion

noun

[mass noun]
Absence of the desire or intention to be aggressive, especially on the part of nations or governments: [as modifier]: a non-aggression pact
More example sentences
  • In 1940, the two major colonial powers in South-East Asia, France and the UK, signed pacts of non-aggression with Thailand, which declared its neutrality.
  • The Norak government has accepted our non-aggression pact.
  • He concluded non-aggression pacts with the USSR and Germany, rather than allying Poland with one of these powers against the other.

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