nongreat

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

non- +‎ great

Adjective[edit]

nongreat (not comparable)

  1. Not great; minor or unremarkable.
    • 1974, Bernard Frank Dukore, Dramatic theory and criticism: Greeks to Grotowski
      Therefore, the joining of the great and the nongreat is not contrary to the nature of the stage, regardless of whether the dramatic poem is called "mixed" drama—as is tragicomedy—or pure tragedy.
    • 1985, Gwynne Dyer, War
      The real constraint that makes both the conventional and the hypothetical nuclear forces of nongreat powers incapable of achieving decisive victories...

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