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nonscheduled

[ non-skej-oold, -oold, -oo-uhld; British non-shed-yoold, -shej-oold ]
/ nɒnˈskɛdʒ uld, -ʊld, -u əld; British nɒnˈʃɛd yuld, -ˈʃɛdʒ uld /
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adjective
not scheduled; not entered on or having a schedule; unscheduled: nonscheduled activities.
(of an airline) authorized to carry passengers or freight between specified points as demand warrants, rather than on a regular schedule.
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Origin of nonscheduled

1945–50, Americanism;non- + scheduled
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British Dictionary definitions for nonscheduled

nonscheduled
/ (nɒnˈʃɛdjuːld, esp US nɒnˈskɛdʒʊəld) /

adjective
not according to a schedule or plan; unscheduled
(of an airline) operating without published flight schedules
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