What is the opposite of involved?

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Adjective
Opposite of complex or complicated in nature
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“The recipe for a delicious sticky-date pudding is surprisingly simple.”
Adjective
Opposite of implicated in action
“Carey became an exonerated man after the victim's account of the crime was exposed as a lie.”
Adjective
(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.”
Adjective
Opposite of to be heavily engrossed or immersed in a given task
“A final crescendo appeared to not be forthcoming, and I decided that I was officially bored with the movie.”
Adjective
Opposite of characterized by infidelity
“Keith and Jodie continue to remain faithful to each after many years.”
Adjective
Opposite of to be overcome by lust or aroused
“May was unimpressed by his advances, and gave him a look of disdain.”
Adjective
Opposite of serving as a means of pursuing an aim or policy
Adjective
(rare) Opposite of passionate and intensely comfortable
“He readily admits that it is a mundane job for someone who has been so dispassionate around cars since boyhood.”
Adjective
Opposite of involved in a given matter
Adjective
Opposite of involving the use of exaggerated or flowery writing or language
Adjective
Opposite of linked
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 detailed and complicated in design and planning, involving many carefully arranged elements
“My poached asparagus and ricotta looked rather minimalistic on the white porcelain plate when it arrived.”
Adjective
Opposite of on the project
Adjective
Opposite of hard-working, determined and diligent
“The workers are lazy indolent villains and the leaders are intelligent, hardworking visionaries.”
Adjective
Opposite of contained as part of a whole being considered
“Batteries are excluded from your package and you will have to buy them separately.”
Adjective
Opposite of pleasurably entertained
Adjective
Opposite of slow or complicated and therefore inefficient
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 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 deeply immersed in thought or an activity
“He remained alert and was fully aware of his surroundings.”
Adjective
Opposite of abounding in words, containing more words than necessary
Adjective
Opposite of suggested without being stated directly
Adjective
Opposite of existing but not yet developed or manifest
“The intoxication was manifest, not so much in violent behavior as in slightly heightened color and increasing loquacity.”
Adjective
Opposite of having formally agreed to marry
“He just wanted to enjoy his single life and remained unattached.”
Adjective
Opposite of full of substance or interest
Adjective
(of a place or atmosphere) Opposite of full of life, spirit, energy, or movement
“It was seven in the morning in the sleepy town where time floated like a blanket of clouds in the sky.”
Verb
Opposite of to have comprised of, as part of a whole
“The concert only featured artists from the rock genre and excluded country music.”
Verb
Opposite of to have involved or engaged in deeply
“He ignored the music as it was not really his thing.”
Verb
(of a task or situation) Opposite of to have had a necessity for a particular person or thing
“We already had plenty of eggs and did not need anymore.”
Verb
(led to) Opposite of to have culminated or resulted in a particular event or consequence
“Eating the right foods and getting enough exercise prevented me from gaining weight.”
Verb
Opposite of to have instigated the curiosity or attention of someone
“The new Star Wars movie definitely bored Robert who dislikes science fiction.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to cause to participate in an activity or situation
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