Definition of uncommitted in English:

uncommitted

Syllabification: un·com·mit·ted
Pronunciation: /ˌənkəˈmitid
 
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adjective

1Not committed to a cause, activity, etc. uncommitted voters
More example sentences
  • She recognized from the TV pictures at least half a dozen uncommitted local activists whom the campaign has also been trying to woo.
  • Until the forces of the virtual republic took to the field, sanctions against the uncommitted majority were unlikely to be undertaken.
  • In the case of phones, paying $1.50 for a high quality call is far more cost effective than paying 50 cents for a short call hurriedly read by an uncommitted caller.
Synonyms
floating, undecided, nonpartisan, unaffiliated, neutral, nonaligned, impartial, independent, undeclared, uncertain
informal sitting on the fence
1.1(Of resources) not pledged or set aside for future use: there is very little uncommitted money to fund new policies
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  • ‘We are in good position to meet these funding requirements as the bank has substantial amounts of uncommitted funds,’ Dr Gondwe said.
  • Moreover, according to CLASP, 11 states reported no uncommitted funds at all.
  • Ever wonder why venture capitalists have $70 billion in uncommitted funds in their hands?
Synonyms
unmarried, unattached, unwed, partnerless; footloose and fancy free, available, single, lone

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