1.Not aligned with something else.
‘Since October 1, parts manufacturers who supply original equipment to the car makers are free to sell those same parts under their own brand names to non-aligned repair shops and distribute them as they see fit.’
‘The broad consequence of an endless spotlight on novelty has, of course, been a corresponding neglect of individualistic but non-aligned art and artists.′
‘These gangs were later joined by the 26, who added more pressure to the authorities and non-aligned inmates.′
‘After this meeting, there were private discussions with some guesthouse owners and, hearteningly, some non-aligned farmers.′
‘There are three non-aligned convenors in this body of five.’