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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishuncommittedun‧com‧mit‧ted /ˌʌnkəˈmɪtɪd◂/ adjective  SUPPORT1#not having decided or promised to support a particular group, political belief etc uncommitted voters So far, they are uncommitted to his plan.
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uncommittedBrown polled 23 percent, Harkin 14 percent, Tsongas 12 percent, and a further 22 percent of votes were uncommitted.The influence of the tabloid press was particularly strong on the uncommitted.He liked women, and before his marriage had enjoyed a succession of casual, satisfactory and uncommitted affairs.About half the electorate were party supporters in 1986, and half uncommitted, by this definition.In contrast, there was no drift to the Conservatives amongst uncommitted Mirror readers.The book is certainly authoritative but may well daunt the uncommitted reader by its relentlessly hard-nosed factuality.Other entries are given an uncommitted status.But amongst uncommitted voters, it increased by 28 percent amongst Express/Mail readers and 50 percent amongst Sun/Star readers.
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