What is the opposite of commitment?

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Noun
Opposite of an engagement or obligation that restricts freedom of action
“It was my irresponsibility over the financial aspects of the accident that was worrying Mr. Spidell, not the accident itself, which was a stroke of luck in his estimation.”
Noun
Opposite of a pledge or undertaking
“Territorial rejection or abandonment of children in the hospital is tantamount to a total disavowal of responsibility for their lives.”
Noun
Opposite of the state or quality of being dedicated to a cause or activity
“I believe I was correct when I expressed my frustration at Tom's indifference to the completion of the mission.”
Noun
Opposite of the fact of continuing in an opinion or course of action in spite of difficulty or opposition
Noun
Opposite of a solemn promise or undertaking
Noun
Opposite of enthusiasm to do or to have something
Noun
Opposite of having a strong commitment to a cause
“He played with utter indifference and apathy because he knew that this was his last season with the club.”
Noun
Opposite of a written or spoken agreement, usually legal or official
“The disagreement between the siblings would lead to tensions within their social circle.”
Noun
Opposite of a desire and determination to achieve success
“We believe that indolence, laziness, and the relentless pursuit of inactivity has contributed to his lack of ambition.”
Noun
Opposite of a statement or assertion intended to inspire confidence
Noun
Opposite of an arrangement to do something or go somewhere at a fixed time
“I have some free time in the afternoon if you want to meet for a coffee.”
Noun
Opposite of application or drive to do or achieve something
“His absent-mindedness may prove to be his undoing.”
Noun
Opposite of of having reverence for something or someone
“His treason was considered blasphemy towards his king and country.”
Noun
Opposite of a responsibility or duty assigned to someone
“They've dropped the cowardice charges, but he's going to be charged with dereliction of duty.”
Noun
Opposite of an act of devoting time, effort, resources, or energy to a particular undertaking
“Steeped in the frugality of his time, he never wanted to go out to eat or spend money when he didn't feel the need.”
Noun
Opposite of the overwhelming desire or urge to advance one's own career or social status, usually at the expense of other personal interests or social growth
Noun
Opposite of a sum of money that is owed or due
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Opposite of a thing which one is required to do as part of a job, role, or legal obligation
“She stated that her debilitating physical disability was grounds for work exemption.”
Noun
Opposite of a burden of responsibility that is imposed
“It would be a pleasure to have you over for dinner.”
Noun
(dated) Opposite of a duty or responsibility associated with one's position
Noun
Opposite of the unrealistic belief in or pursuit of perfection
Noun
Opposite of a form of sexual bonding involving a permanent pair bond between two beings
Noun
Opposite of activity one engages in to make a living
“My unemployment has lasted for six months now.”
Noun
Opposite of the fact or condition of being accountable or responsible for something
“In the end, the Commission suppressed the report and instead released a statement that ensured the inculpability of the government for the deaths in Darfur.”
Noun
Opposite of a situation enforcing a certain course of action
“Thriving is an attempt to transcend a state of existence not out of fear but out of desire and yearning.”
Noun
Opposite of a stake or involvement in an undertaking or venture
“All members of the jury must have a complete personal dissociation from the outcome of the case.”
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