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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.
"It's like talking a lot of uncommitted small landholders into taking somebody's livery-and-maintenance," the latter said.
SPACE VIKINGHENRY BEAM PIPER
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.
NORTHERN SPAINEDGAR T. A. WIGRAM
It is only when thus free and bold and uncommitted that her testimony is worth any thing.
A great number of sins would remain uncommitted were there a witness present to those about to sin.
THE CHRIST MYTHARTHUR DREWS
But I would say to my fellows, once for all, As long as possible live free and uncommitted.

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