non-committal[ non-kuh-mit-l ]SEE DEFINITION OF non-committal
Synonyms for non-committal
- not excessive
- on the fence
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NON-COMMITTAL
The other seemed to be judging him in a non-committal sort of way.
"I suppose the captain is obliged to be non-committal," I observed.
"Most men want to marry her," was the father's non-committal response.
"I just didn't want them about," was the prisoner's non-committal answer.
Mr. Mix smiled again, and hoped that his expression was taken to be non-committal.
The latter returned the action with a non-committal countenance.
Sir John's reply was non-committal, but not wholly discouraging.
"Well, you've got back," said the superintendent in a non-committal tone.
Was ever actual thorn more motionless or non-committal than most of these?
The Governor surveyed Terry with added interest, but was non-committal.