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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnon-controversialˌnon-controˈversial adjective  not likely to cause any arguments or disagreements Most of the proposals are fairly non-controversial.
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non-controversialApproval of several non-controversial appropriation mini-bills, instead.Only fairly simple, non-controversial bills are likely to succeed by this method.I set out to write a totally non-controversial book about a non-controversial figure.The Urban Programme and the Partnerships were relatively non-controversial, funding many worthwhile projects of a social, environmental and economic nature.Therefore, only non-controversial information can be available.His secret has been to approach ordinary people about non-controversial issues.More significant for Scandinavia was its retreat in 1950 back to limited and relatively non-controversial sectoral coordination at the regional level.
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