nonfan

nonfan

(ˌnɒnˈfæn)
n
a person who is not a fan

nonfan

(ˌnɒnˈfæn)
adj
related to a cooling or heating system not using a fan
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Thigpen claims that her knowledge of opera is scarcely higher than any regular nonfan of the genre.
At a superficial level it can be said that social media enables a locale for democratizing fan--producer interactions as both parties share a common ground that exposes networks to fans' claims and provides fans with the means to swiftly mobilize and, at the very least, make their messages viral and reach nonfan audiences to gain traction.
Having grown up listening to Christian radio, Acks comes to music as a nonfan.
The average nonfan is appalled by the alleged exploits of athletes like Ben Roethlisberger or Tiger Woods.
The NASCAR fan has a 50 percent greater consideration of Dodge than the nonfan," Puffer stated (Godwin, 2004).
Another sign that I was in a very nonfan atmosphere developed around the sixth or seventh inning when a foul ball was hit straight back to the press box and bounced off the seat next to me.
While Holler does not manage to capture all of Shakur's brilliance or depravity, Dyson's broader conclusions will leave even the nonfan with something to think about.
This raised some concern, given the disproportionately greater number of males in the fan group and females in the nonfan group (i.
MCCORD: In your 1980 interview with John Griffin Jones, you said, "I don't get much fan mail, or much nonfan mail either.
Like Jordan, he has been marketed to be a public figure, and what he does better than anyone else is attract and fascinate the nonfan who buys a ticket or watches television just to see what everybody is talking about.
Fan and nonfan alike say it was the "feel of the place" that made a game at Civic special.