noncommital

adj.1.Not expressing a preference; as, although favoring European unity he was noncommittal about the form it should take.
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Welsh Labour has already established a not-for-dividend stateowned rail company, but is noncommital on whether that company will operate the trains.
GENERAL EXTRASENSORY PERCEPTION (GESP): A noncommital technical term used to refer to instances of ESP in which the information paranormally acquired may have derived either from another person's mind (i.
In The Dodge Club or, Italy in 1859 (1872) by James De Mille, a character tells a story which includes some very repetitive and noncommital haggling between his grandfather and a ship captain.
Ljungberg has been impressed by the facilities at Celtic but remains noncommital over the switch at this stage.
Boylesports left Profound Beauty unchanged at 16-1 for the Melbourne Cup but Weld, who has four other entries for the big Flemington event, was noncommital when the first Tuesday in November was mentioned.
Unlike Stephen Hawking, he is noncommital about whether a super-unified approach to these forces is possible.
They feel at home with enormously popular Web sites like Facebook and MySpace, where they maintain what Brandon calls noncommital "loose affiliations" with a variety of acquaintances and issues.
And, interestingly, Gold neither was noncommital on the possibility of him buying out partner David Sullivan or Carson Yeung, should the Hong Kong tycoon's proposed takeover fall through, to take charge of Blues.
Lancaster Mayor Frank Roberts was one of the leaders of an unsuccessful 1995 campaign to create a valley flood control district, but was noncommital Tuesday about whether he will support either Nov.
He made the noncommital comments when asked whether stopping the visits this year is an option.