uncommitted

[ uhn-kuh-mit-id ]SEE DEFINITION OF uncommitted

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNCOMMITTED

He stands untrammeled and uncommitted to any faction whatever.

It accused her of some guiltiness, uncommitted and indefensible.

It is only when thus free and bold and uncommitted that her testimony is worth any thing.

Out of that list of eighteen uncommitted Republicans, but one vote was necessary to defeat the impeachment.

He has never, in view of a change which he saw to be inevitable, held himself in reserve and uncommitted.

They are uncommitted to any set theory and are relatively free from local European feelings.

He knew what Grinnel had meant by saying he was uncommitted, and he knew now that it was no longer true.

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

But I would say to my fellows, once for all, As long as possible live free and uncommitted.

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