undedicated

adjective
un·​ded·​i·​cat·​ed | \ˌən-ˈde-di-ˌkā-təd \

Definition of undedicated 

: not dedicated: such as

a : not intended for or given over to a particular purpose undedicated funds an undedicated server

b : not devoted to a cause, ideal, or purpose He was … an outsider in his own delegation, undedicated to the causes of pork and party politics.— Rudolph Bush

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Memberships range from $99 per month for an undedicated desk to $1,650 for a private office. Rachel Lerman, The Seattle Times, "The Riveter takes female-focused co-working space to the Eastside," 28 Aug. 2018 The loss of the revenue would require the parish to tap into its undedicated general fund, which could not cover the expenses, Brister said. Robert Rhoden, NOLA.com, "Pat Brister, Randy Smith lobby for Tammany sales tax renewals," 6 Mar. 2018

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First Known Use of undedicated

1661, in the meaning defined above

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