What is the opposite of committed?

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Adjective
Opposite of having pledged oneself to a particular belief or course of action
“He stands untrammeled and uncommitted to any faction.”
Adjective
Opposite of being a staunch participant of
“The tenor of innumerable critical statements about Joyce is that he was indifferent to politics.”
Adjective
Opposite of having or displaying resolve
“I have my doubts that you are going to succeed because you seem like a very weak-willed person.”
Adjective
Opposite of ambitious or driven towards a particular goal
Adjective
Opposite of exhibiting enthusiasm or strong passion
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Adjective
Opposite of loyal, reliable, and hard-working
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Opposite of able to be depended or relied on
“Peter is an unreliable worker, and cannot be depended on to work autonomously from the team.”
Adjective
Opposite of devoted to a task or purpose
“Lucrecia shows herself to be an uncommitted servant preoccupied with dissatisfaction with her way of life, and vicariously enjoying amorous adventures.”
Adjective
Opposite of having unconditional and enthusiastic support
“There was some grudging applause at the final curtain, but I got the feeling it was more for the sake of form, rather than actual enjoyment.”
Adjective
Opposite of boldly self-assured
“The barbarians were subdued and became submissive to the enchantress' whims.”
Adjective
Opposite of firm and unyielding in one's determination
“Inactive and Inactive and irresolute, she has been adrift for months now, personally and professionally., she has been adrift for months now, personally and professionally.”
Adjective
Opposite of having or showing a strong desire and determination to succeed
“He maintained that last-borns are often spoiled and lazy because they don't have younger siblings challenging them.”
Adjective
Opposite of participating or engaged in a positive or spontaneous way
“He has been an uninvolved participant in our rowing activities for several weeks now.”
Adjective
Opposite of not done by one's own volition
Adjective
Opposite of being such by habit, long-established, and not likely to change
Adjective
Opposite of firmly established and difficult or unlikely to change
Adjective
Opposite of committed to the practice of religion
Adjective
Opposite of shipped
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Opposite of on the project
Adjective
Opposite of being alert or on top of things by paying close attention
“Some studies showed that refined sugar and food additives made children hyperactive and inattentive.”
Adjective
Opposite of following the precepts of a religious practice
Adjective
(of a person) Opposite of sincere and serious in intention
Adjective
Opposite of busy or occupied with business or activities
“I'm free, so I can do what I want, any old time!”
Adjective
Opposite of reliable and unfailing
“Your lack of empathy is a testament to your flawed virtue, of which you should be ashamed.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to perform an action
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Opposite of past tense for to pledge, give or set aside (resources) to another or for future use
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Opposite of past tense for to put send or confine (someone) to prison or a psychiatric hospital
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