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Definitions for uncooperative
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Princeton's WordNet

  1. uncooperativeadjective

    unwilling to cooperate

    "an uncooperative witness"

  2. disobliging, uncooperativeadjective

    intentionally unaccommodating

    "the action was not offensive to him but proved somewhat disobliging"

Wiktionary

  1. uncooperativeadjective

    Not cooperative.

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  1. uncooperative

    Uncooperative refers to an individual, group, or entity that is not willing or refuses to cooperate, collaborate, or work together with others. It typically implies resistance, non-compliance, or opposition towards shared goals, plans, rules, or instructions.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of uncooperative in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of uncooperative in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of uncooperative in a Sentence

  1. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson:

    I regret that Chairman Chaffetz and his staff have taken the unprecedented and unnecessary step of subpoenaing two members of the U.S. Secret Service with the responsibility for the protection of the president, his family and the White House complex, chairman Chaffetz's assertion that this department has been 'uncooperative' is simply wrong.

  2. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson:

    Chairman Chaffetz's assertion that this department has been 'uncooperative' is simply wrong.

  3. Police Chief Link Strate:

    The initial two officers tried to separate several belligerent and uncooperative individuals when the suspect began to fire and shot a female victim.

  4. Lance LoRusso:

    He was attempting to de-escalate a situation involving an uncooperative passenger. In context, his comments were clearly aimed at attempting to gain compliance by using the passenger's own statements and reasoning to avoid making an arrest.

  5. Boris Johnson:

    I am afraid the security people didn't want me to come along tonight because they said the road was full of uncooperative crusties, they said there was some risk that I would be egged.

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