uncommitted

adjective
un·​com·​mit·​ted | \ ˌən-kə-ˈmi-təd How to pronounce uncommitted (audio) \

Definition of uncommitted

: not committed specifically : not pledged to a particular belief, allegiance, or program uncommitted voters

Examples of uncommitted in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Holmgren, who has an offer from Michigan, is still uncommitted. Ryan Ford, Detroit Free Press, "Michigan State basketball commit Jaden Akins nabs May all-star game berth in Memphis," 30 Mar. 2021 Richard, Moeller, sophomore, OF - Richard is uncommitted but a top prospect according to Prep Baseball Report. Scott Springer, The Enquirer, "Southwest Ohio's top high school baseball players to watch in 2021," 24 Mar. 2021 There's also a chance that Naftali Bennett, a right-wing leader who also remains uncommitted, throws his support behind the anti-Netanyahu bloc. Joseph Krauss, Star Tribune, "Tight Israeli vote means Arab Islamist could choose next PM," 24 Mar. 2021 But in 1960 there was an uptick in student activism, and Hayden, a twenty-one-year-old college junior, independent and professionally uncommitted, was perfectly positioned to be caught up in it. Louis Menand, The New Yorker, "The Making of the New Left," 15 Mar. 2021 Of the five uncommitted linebackers in the 2022 recruiting class with an OSU offer, Murphy has the best chance at being a Buckeye. Stephen Means, cleveland, "Ohio State football and the recruiting battle for 5-star linebacker Shawn Murphy," 3 Mar. 2021 Wheaton had committed to Alabama in December but hadn't yet signed, while Arnold was previously uncommitted. Steve Megargee, Star Tribune, "Alabama follows up title by finalizing star-studded class," 3 Feb. 2021 Podrabsky is interested in playing collegiate soccer but is uncommitted. oregonlive, "Oregon high school ‘fall’ season preview: Highlighting standout boys soccer players," 2 Mar. 2021 Her two teammates, on the other hand, are currently uncommitted. Alex Vejar, The Salt Lake Tribune, "Three top recruits anchoring nationally ranked Fremont girls’ basketball team," 25 Feb. 2021

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First Known Use of uncommitted

15th century, in the meaning defined above

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“Uncommitted.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/uncommitted. Accessed 16 Apr. 2021.

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uncommitted

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of uncommitted

: not yet supporting a particular person, belief, etc. : not committed

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