not causing dispute, argument, debate, etc
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How to use noncontroversial in a sentence
By that classic, and noncontroversial, definition, what the Obama administration is contemplating in Syria is absolutely war.This Is War and Why John Kerry’s Rhetoric Isn’t Convincing | Peter Beinart | September 4, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
More than ever, these brand bullies have come after all kinds of theoretically noncontroversial organizations.Planned Parenthood Is a Target of 'McCarthyism,' Political Strategist Says | Donna Brazile | February 16, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Move on noncontroversial nominations to courts and executive agencies.
There's no such thing as an effective and a noncontroversial reorganization and reform.