uncommitted


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  • adj

Synonyms for uncommitted

undecided

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Synonyms for uncommitted

not inclining toward or actively taking either side in a matter under dispute

Synonyms for uncommitted

not bound or pledged

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not associated in an exclusive sexual relationship

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not busy

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The national survey, conducted among more than 1,000 adults by PKS Research Partners, indicates that 34% believe the best thing about being uncommitted in general is having no one nagging you, and that the best thing about being uncommitted on Valentine's Day in particular is that you don't have to buy stuff you don't want, like flowers, cards or chocolates, selected by 39%.
With the exception of its first four years, the Trust Fund has ended each year with an uncommitted balance; however, the amount of the uncommitted balance has fluctuated and is currently trending downward.
This third group of Catholics are like the uncommitted voters in the swing states, many of whom are simply uninterested in the day-to-day political campaigns.
And if there isn't commitment, then the uncommitted, no matter at what level, need to go.
The vast majority of the participants in this study are in an uncommitted identity status, ideologically and interpersonally.
Nineteen of the 46 vice-chancellors who responded to the survey wanted undergraduate tuition fees to be raised, while 10 were uncommitted but viewed them as inevitable, the Times Higher Education Supplement research found.
Loyal and committed employees do better work than uncommitted employees.
In broad terms, there is committed time and uncommitted time.
They can pack the remaining debates with northern representatives uncommitted to any candidate.
It is the committed union of a man and a woman, and not of two uncommitted persons or of two persons of the same sex.
During the campaign, Aichi tried to secure organized votes through his support association, but he appears to have failed to woo enough uncommitted voters.
The new line of credit is made up of a $25 million reducing revolver line, an uncommitted $15 million increase to the reducing revolver and a $10 million revolving credit line.
The IMF's net uncommitted usable resources expanded to 76.
To the imperial mind, the African laborer remained a "tribal" figure, a so-called target worker pining for village life and militantly uncommitted to the capitalist mode of existence in its industrial form.
The experience, however, of reading Gilbert & George's book, of plowing through their endlessly reiterated thoughts, sayings, manifestos, cris de coeur, and dead-on summations, has accomplished what fifteen years of sporadic, uncommitted viewing did not.