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uninvolved

Line breaks: un|in¦volved
Pronunciation: /ʌnɪnˈvɒlvd
 
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Definition of uninvolved in English:

adjective

Not connected or concerned with someone or something, especially on an emotional level: convicted killers in documentaries sound uninvolved and mechanical
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  • Note that my concept of God here is a completely detached and uninvolved entity, which, if there was a god, is the only form I could see it taking.
  • In my experience, you can't - even when both partners agree to keep it casual and emotionally uninvolved.
  • The stoic philosophy also say to remain uninvolved emotionally in your fate, and you will live an untroubled life.

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