unengaged


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unengaged

(ˌʌnɪnˈɡeɪdʒd)
adj
not active or involved
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unengaged - not busy or occupiedunengaged - not busy or occupied; free; "the cancellation left her unengaged a good part of the afternoon"
idle - not in action or at work; "an idle laborer"; "idle drifters"; "the idle rich"; "an idle mind"
2.unengaged - not promised in marriageunengaged - not promised in marriage; "continued seeing him but on an unengaged basis"
unattached, uncommitted - not associated in an exclusive sexual relationship
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unengaged

[ˈʌnɪnˈgeɪdʒd] ADJlibre

unengaged

a. desencajado-a, fuera de lugar.
References in classic literature ?
Crawford grievously; and Julia, unengaged and unemployed, felt all the right of missing him much more.
Esther is full of her first season in town; but she is still heart-whole and unengaged. Her mother sought out an excellent match for her, and even brought the gentleman to lay his heart and fortune at her feet; but Esther had the audacity to refuse the noble gifts.
It is true, Lydgate had the counter-idea of remaining unengaged; but this was a mere negative, a shadow east by other resolves which themselves were capable of shrinking.
Jukes, unable to generalize, unmarried, and unengaged, was in the habit of opening his heart after another fashion to an old chum and former shipmate, actually serving as second officer on board an Atlantic liner.
Even when an effective leader seems to be unengaged, it is done deliberately to allow the mind to fallow for better productivity.
Managers deal with this everywhere: unengaged employees.
The left sear on the level of the other step remains unengaged. Pulling the trigger will trip the right hammer and the shot goes off.
To provide a platform where erstwhile street hawkers, disadvantaged members of the society, single mothers and unengaged youth will be trained to become food manufacturers
It might reflect a view that millions of us, despite all the noise and raucous argument that has dominated the nightly news since 2016, are simply unengaged and uninterested in Europe; that the European Parliament for all its self-importance and debating hall grandeur, counts for little in our everyday lives.
There is an all-too common misconception that equates the ease-taking life with the stereotype of the couch-potato -- unkempt, unhealthy, unengaged. We associate loafing with people wasting their lives; with harried parents shaking their sleeping teenage children out of bed; with do-nothings, doing nothing.
However, if Amazon wants to maximize its self-care value with Prime members, it must work harder in the short term to find new ways to reach unengaged Prime members who may not know that Amazon has a solution for their health and beauty needs.
Swiftly flowing throughout the entire story, the river is ever present but silent and unengaged in the minutiae of the interactions between the frog and the scorpion.