/ (ˌnɒnɪksˈkluːsɪv) /

  1. not belonging to a particular individual or group: a nonexclusive deal

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How to use nonexclusive in a sentence

  • For non-exclusive rights the patentee should ask about one-half of that for exclusive rights.

  • If a photograph is offered for the exclusive use of one magazine it may bring a higher price than if it were non-exclusive.

    Making Your Camera Pay | Frederick C. Davis
  • There is nothing non-exclusive but the All; my end is communion with Being through the whole of Being.

    Amiel's Journal | Henri-Frdric Amiel
  • Charmian perceived at once that this was one of Adelaide's non-exclusive parties.

    The Way of Ambition | Robert Hichens