/non per"i sheuh beuhl/, adj.
1. not subject to rapid deterioration or decay: A supply of nonperishable food was kept for emergencies.
2. Usually, nonperishables. articles or items, esp. of food, not subject to rapid spoilage.
[1920-25; NON- + PERISHABLE]

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