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non-subscriber

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Pronunciation: /nɒnsəbˈskrʌɪbə
 
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Definition of non-subscriber in English:

noun

A person who does not make regular payments to receive something.
Example sentences
  • The New Statesman article was available to non-subscribers but they seem to have moved it.
  • Well, this is a rare chance for non-subscribers to see the sort of material subscribers get in their inbox every day.
  • The issue of the Weekly Standard out this morning is full of good stuff, most of it unavailable to non-subscribers.
A person who does not agree with a religious doctrine.

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