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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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How to use nonscheduled in a sentence

  • Among scheduled and nonscheduled Part 135 flights in the past decade, nonscheduled Part 135 flights made up the vast majority of fatal crashes both nationwide and in Alaska.

    How We Tallied Alaska Aviation Deaths|by Agnel Philip, ProPublica, and Zoë Sobel, KUCB|June 16, 2021|ProPublica

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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