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What is the opposite of engaged?

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Opposite of having formally agreed to marry
“He just wanted to enjoy his single life and remained unattached.”
Opposite of busy or occupied with business, work, or other activities
“I'm free, so I can do what I want, any old time!”
Opposite of in use, especially of a device or machine such as a telephone
“It felt like an eternity before the toilets became available.”
Opposite of greatly interested or captivated
“A key issue with these strategies is that students struggle or are disengaged from the outset.”
Opposite of busy or involving much activity
“We walked in and observed inactive workers sitting around and chatting with each other.”
Opposite of showing enthusiasm or displaying positive energy about something
“Appallingly low turnout for the June elections showed that voters are apathetic.”
Opposite of kept (in reserve) specially for a particular person
Opposite of involved in a given action or situation
Opposite of diligent or committed in one's work or duty
Opposite of deeply immersed in thought or an activity
“He remained alert and was fully aware of his surroundings.”
(in a crime, process, etc) Opposite of associated with others, be a participant or make someone be a participant
“Senior officers believe that their suspect and the events that took place earlier this month are unrelated.”
Opposite of actively engaged in employment
Opposite of being currently in use
“The building has been unoccupied since the business closed almost two years ago.”
Opposite of being intent or focused on a goal or objective
“They were frustrated by the frequent losses at war with Celobongo and were then hesitant to continue without support.”
Opposite of to have involved or engaged in deeply
“He ignored the music as it was not really his thing.”
Opposite of already committed in a relationship
(of a place or position) Opposite of to have occupied
“We reluctantly forfeited our prime, first-row seats at the concert because we had another urgent matter to attend to.”
(of accommodation) Opposite of to have rented
“I rented out my apartment to a nice couple who were new to the city.”
Opposite of to have utilized or employed a tangible object
“He often misused a fork for drinking soup.”
Opposite of to have instigated the curiosity or attention of someone
“The new Star Wars movie definitely bored Robert who dislikes science fiction.”
Opposite of past tense for to hire (somebody) for work or a job
“After multiple indiscretions, the company had no choice but to dismiss Harry.”
Opposite of past tense for to draw in or to attract
“Your subpar food and service will deter potential customers from coming to your restaurant.”
Opposite of past tense for to confront or come up against
“I order you to stand down and retreat, Captain!”
(engage in) Opposite of past tense for to participate or become involved in
“As it was, I spent a good deal of time trying to remove myself whenever the filming took place.”
Opposite of past tense for to pledge or enter into a contract to do something
“There may be consequences if you break your contract with the company.”
Opposite of past tense for to activate or bring into operation
“If the range has an upper oven and fan, disengage the duct connection first.”
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