[ US /ənɪnˈvɔɫvd/ ]
[ UK /ˌʌnɪnvˈɒlvd/ ]
  1. showing lack of emotional involvement
    she may be detached or even unfeeling but at least she's not hypocritically effusive
    an uninvolved bystander
    adopted a degage pose on the arm of the easy chair
  2. not involved
    being uninvolved he remained objective
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How To Use uninvolved In A Sentence

  • And so when you get a movement that energizes a whole lot of people who haven't been previously involved in politics, when you get an inrush of hundreds of thousands or millions of previously uninvolved people into political activity, you get two things. Is There A Sarah Palin Effect?
  • being uninvolved he remained objective
  • For the most part, the authorities in a democracy are uninvolved in the content of written and verbal speech in the society.
  • Soft targets - the unprotected, the innocent, the uninvolved - become targets because they are available.
  • Some walkers exploded while they were attacking, but some that were uninvolved exploded as well. A PLAGUE OF ANGELS
  • She seemed unperturbed, even uninvolved, as if pondering Australia's decision to come off for bad light.
  • Love is such that, on one occasion, two originally engage uninvolved people come together, said there is no relationship has have all kinds of connections with potential fate.
  • I'd hardly like my work to be judged based on the off-the-record, lunch-time commentary of a Post business executive uninvolved in its production. NPR executive caught on camera -- doing what, exactly?
  • The stoic philosophy also say to remain uninvolved emotionally in your fate, and you will live an untroubled life.
  • These proposals are a hybrid born out of not being able to provide a more relevant domestic league while being uninvolved at the top European level.
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