(nɒnˈpræk tə sɪŋ)

not currently or actively practicing one's profession, religion, etc.: a qualified but nonpracticing lawyer.
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Rachel, whose mother is Jewish, says she is nonpracticing. After she first told of being targeted by trolls, Mr Corbyn insisted ant-Semitism should not be "allowed to disfigure our society".
The program, which has since been taken offline, called Soros a "nonpracticing Jew of flexible morals," claimed that he was involved in "clandestine operations that led to the dismantling of the Soviet Union" and described him as "the architect of the financial collapse of 2008."
I did not lose my faith, but I was perhaps what we call a nonpracticing Catholic.
Non-clergy, parishioners, laity, religious members, practising or nonpracticing in a particular faith, atheists, secularists, antagonists etc., simply do not determine what can be part of the religious service in such a Church.
In turn, this will increase the cost and complexity of litigation for high-volume filers, discouraging nonpracticing entities.
Calls for patent reform have reverberated loudly from Silicon Valley to the halls of Congress, making for unlikely bedfellows like Adobe and JCPenney in the battle against nonpracticing entities (NPEs), or so-called patent trolls.(1) Although post-America Invents Act (AIA) Congresses have proposed myriad bills seeking to address the purported inefficiencies of the patent system, none have reached the President's pen.(2) Far from solving an obvious problem, patent reform has faced roadblocks because there is little consensus regarding what the exact problem is and which policy levers Congress should pull to fix the issue du jour.
patents (5) and defend against nonpracticing entities (6)--that is a patent holder "that [does] not practice the invention, but instead licenses or asserts its patents to generate revenue"--drove the introduction of U.S.
High, director of dermatopathology at the University of Colorado and a nonpracticing attorney who follows medicolegal issues closely.
owners were nonpracticing and devoted to assertion of their patents.
30 as nonpracticing entities rushed to avoid a change in the law that took effect requiring plaintiffs to spell out in detail in their complaints how their patent is being infringed.
Occasionally, Hathaway says he experiences a culture clash when devout parents die and their nonpracticing children decide a traditional funeral service is unnecessary.