a matter or issue of little or no interest or importance: Whether the candidate is a woman or a man should be a nonissue.
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How to use nonissue in a sentence
Soft water is relatively expensive to produce, and in small quantities found in normal use, is a nonissue.
Indeed, for much of the country, illegal immigration is a small issue or a nonissue entirely.Republicans Must Engage the Tough Politics of Illegal Immigration | Stuart Stevens | June 18, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Nike Chairman Phil Knight has previously said that sponsoring a gay athlete is a nonissue.Meet Jason Collins, the First Gay Athlete in Major American Sports | Kevin Fallon | April 29, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Refreshingly, though, her sexual orientation has, so far, been a nonissue, at least inside the state.Tammy Baldwin’s Bid to Become U.S. Senate’s First Out Lesbian | Michelle Goldberg | August 20, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Walter Monegan knew that I was well within my rights to remove him, and in normal times it would have been a nonissue.