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If you’ve got an in-between number, it’s easy to be uncommitted.

He started his senior season uncommitted and unsure where he’d end up.

President Obama was nearly as uncommitted to compromise as House Speaker John Boehner; he only appeared more level-headed.

All of which is to say: this is not a decision for the uncommitted.

People under 30 are disproportionately single, religiously uncommitted, and earning incomes below the national median.

This “uncommitted” voter, folks, is also known as a Democrat.

Romney may be better behind a podium, but can he connect with an audience of uncommitted voters?

"It's like talking a lot of uncommitted small landholders into taking somebody's livery-and-maintenance," the latter said.

It has left no possible crime uncommitted, no possible cruelty unperpetrated.

If his course had been less objectionable we ought still to keep ourselves uncommitted as to the succession.

Experience warned him that it is the sins of precaution—the follies left uncommitted—that are most regretted by men of seventy.

The map gave no pledge of a road, and the guide-books were equally uncommitted.


On this page you'll find 36 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to uncommitted, such as: neutral, unaffiliated, uninvolved, unattached, cut loose, and don't care.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.