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nonmaterial

[ non-muh-teer-ee-uhl ]
/ ˌnɒn məˈtɪər i əl /
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adjective

not material or composed of matter.
not involving, seeking, or primarily concerned with riches or material things; involving or concerned with the spiritual, intellectual, or cultural aspects of life.
of or relating to the spirit or soul; spiritual: to minister to a person's nonmaterial needs.

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Origin of nonmaterial

First recorded in 1935–40; non- + material
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