not open to negotiation or discussion: the policy is non-negotiable
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How to use non-negotiable in a sentence
This matter is, in the Indian dialectic of beauty, nonnegotiable.
The homicide detective, like the painter, is motivated by a sense of fairness formed by faith and a nonnegotiable moral code.
Even after a long day on her TV show, King says that attending the opening of the summit was a nonnegotiable.Women in the World: Angelina Jolie, Tina Brown, DVF and More (Videos) | Brittany Jones-Cooper | March 9, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST