noncommitted

noncommitted

(ˌnɒnkəˈmɪtɪd)
adj
not committed
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If that's the case, noncommitted Republicans, you really should consider voting for Kasich just to make it clear that you are not interested in having any more members of the Bush family in line for the presidency.
In studies linking the effectiveness of green advertising to green commitment it has been reported that environmentally committed consumers are more receptive to green advertising than are noncommitted consumers (e.
A Black microbiologist noted that she would never admit it if she had to be absent to care for a family member because to do so might be seen as her being "weak" or noncommitted.
Pedobaptism," Tie writes, "is, therefore, ecclesiologically untenable because it denies one's voluntary confession of faith and creates noncommitted membership" (p.
Not until July was Pat Haverty recalled for his second tour as the Falcons' coach, and immediately he turned to a short list of noncommitted athletes to throw together a catch-up recruiting class.
Several themes will recur in this essay: (1) One can take very seriously human awareness of a liminal or divine "presence," even while maintaining a noncommitted or skeptical stance toward final theories of "everything" or any definitive or inclusive metaphysics.
Participants' relationship status was 12 (20%) single or in noncommitted relationships, 10 (16.
However, until David Moyes decides to be brave and sorts out the noncommitted nothing will change.
The potential for name plays "backfiring" is especially strong for voters in the center, for Ansolabehere and Iyengar (1995, 81, 192) find that negative campaigning can dissuade noncommitted voters.
For instance, because of attachment insecurity, people with high attachment avoidance are more likely to endorse casual sexual intercourse in noncommitted relationships (i.
Recent data from the Returning Home study found that men who were married or in a committed, cohabiting relationship were half as likely to report engaging in drug use and/or committing a new crime at eight months post-release, compared with those who were uninvolved or in noncommitted relationships.