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noncommittal

adjective non·com·mit·tal \-kə-ˈmi-təl\

: not telling or showing what you think about something

Full Definition of NONCOMMITTAL

1
:  giving no clear indication of attitude or feeling <a noncommittal reply>
2
:  having no clear or distinctive character
non·com·mit·tal·ly \-təl-ē\ adverb

Examples of NONCOMMITTAL

  1. She would only give noncommittal answers about her plans.
  2. The president remained noncommittal, saying only that all options would be considered.

First Known Use of NONCOMMITTAL

1829

Rhymes with NONCOMMITTAL

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