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adjective as in disengaged

Weak match

adjective as in footloose

adjective as in free

adjective as in unoccupied

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Example Sentences

The cornerstone of the Small Giants brand is culture, and it is the reason employees stay, feel engaged, and are proud of the company they have created.

This indication of an engaged and high quality audience that comes from being a paying customer can also level up advertising deals, and “the amount that they can charge for sponsorships far exceeds the ticket revenue,” Hindman said.

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The industry needs to change to create more engaged and genuine spaces for people to connect without preying on human psychology.

The number of subscribers in The Economist’s “highly engaged” category increased 21% last year, Cohn said.

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The more engaged in a brand’s site a user proves, the more often they’ll visit.

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When he came home for good, unmarried and unengaged, she knew that she should succeed; and Edgar knew it too.

The dresses of the unengaged advocates in scarlet and ermine, and of the proctors in ermine and black, were picturesque.

The common human interest of the unengaged, and the reminiscent interest of the married, tend to focus all eyes upon them.

He had lived in Ephesus with an unengaged heart in all the crowd of opportunities for love, good and bad.

It is his duty to call on the only young lady unengaged, who was Miss Rennsdale, aged eight.


On this page you'll find 166 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unengaged, such as: disjoined, free, separated, and unattached.

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