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

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The lone uncommitted top-100 prospect in the 2019 recruiting class has officially found a home. Molly Geary, SI.com, "Kansas Lands Four-Star Jalen Wilson to Complete Big Week for Jayhawks," 12 June 2019 The 6-foot-8 wing from Denton, Texas, was the top uncommitted prospect remaining in the 2019 class. Orion Sang, Detroit Free Press, "Former Michigan basketball signee Jalen Wilson picks Kansas," 30 May 2019 But the club’s data make clear that uncommitted voters want more than past achievements, or a scary picture of Nancy Pelosi, or excuses for Mr. Trump. Kimberley A. Strassel, WSJ, "How Republicans Could Still Win," 13 Sep. 2018 Half of the top 10 prospects in Kentucky remain uncommitted. Jake Lourim, The Courier-Journal, "Louisville football plucked this versatile recruit from Hodgenville," 28 June 2018 The Miami Hurricanes, like most major football programs, are hoping that National Signing Day on Wednesday reaps some still-uncommitted surprise gems. Susan Miller Degnan, miamiherald, "Canes #Storm18 class ‘clearly’ is Top 10, regardless of signing day —and here is why," 5 Feb. 2018 In 1999 a national referendum voted to keep the Queen, and the most recent poll in April showed half of Australians supported a republic, with 35 per cent against and 10 per cent uncommitted. Juliet Rieden, Town & Country, "Why Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Tour of Australia Is Crucial to the Future of the Monarchy," 1 Nov. 2018 James Foster of Montgomery and Brock Purdy of Gilbert, Ariz., are the remaining uncommitted quarterbacks who have visited Tuscaloosa in recent weeks. Michael Casagrande, AL.com, "Where Alabama's 2018 signing class is strong, what needs work," 6 Feb. 2018 Mo Schaffer, an uncommitted senior, is 5-0 with an ERA of just 0.20. James Weber, Cincinnati.com, "One on one between Moeller, Covington Catholic," 4 May 2018

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First Known Use of uncommitted

15th century, in the meaning defined above

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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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