[ US /ˌənkəˈmɪtɪd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnkəmˈɪtɪd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnkəmˈɪtɪd/ ]
- not associated in an exclusive sexual relationship
- not bound or pledged
not busy; not otherwise committed
he was available and willing to accompany her
he was not available for comment
How To Use uncommitted In A Sentence
- He briefly sketches the beliefs of five selected scientists including two believers, two nonbelievers, and one uncommitted.
- Many, perhaps most, came uncommitted and unconvinced.
- There is no sense of a tangible organization that you can point to, says Rich Killion, an uncommitted GOP strategist in New Hampshire, who's unsure of the location of Cain's Granite State base of operations, or even if there is one. US politics live blog: Obama's new housing plan, Republican presidential candidates in a tangle
- It is not as dramatic as the big plunge, but perhaps more believable to uncommitted or easily-discouraged voters.
- When the Franco-Russian armies approached the German border, Schlieffen used the German rail network to mass uncommitted forces against the two Russian armies in East Prussia and destroy them.
- But with as much as one third of the electorate said to be uncommitted, the big question was not whether Blair and Labour would be re-elected, but by how much - or how little.
- She recognized from the TV pictures at least half a dozen uncommitted local activists whom the campaign has also been trying to woo.
- But it's a firm that both campaigns agreed to that identify uncommitted voters drawn from the San Diego County area who are reflective of national geodemographics. Press Briefing By Mike Mccurry And Joe Lockhart
- Athletes who are unprepared for and/or uncommitted to the academic part of the equation have nonetheless come to college because it is viewed as their only route to professional stardom.
- To court uncommitted Democrats in the House voting, Republican leaders agreed to create a special congressional commission to monitor human rights violations in China after the country is granted the trade status.