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(of a group or system) not separated or divided along racial, sexual, or religious lines.‘nonsegregated schools’
desegregated, non-segregated, unsegregated, racially mixed, racially balancedView synonyms
- ‘Wherever it is possible, education should be given in nonsegregated schools.’
- ‘States created complex administrative procedures to block access to non-segregated education.’
- ‘From the beginning his Scout troop contained both Catholic and Protestant boys, and it was General Montgomery's proud boast that the school at Fivemiletown was a glowing example of happy, successful non-segregated education.’
- ‘People live intermixed in non-segregated communities.’
- ‘Plans for a non-segregated cemetery in Enniskillen faced criticism.’
- ‘He was in 1962 active in encouraging a boycott of South African theatre by overseas English-speaking playwrights, insisting that plays should be performed before non-segregated audiences.’
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