Definition Of non-committal

adjective

(of a person or a person's behavior or manner) not expressing or revealing commitment to a definite opinion or course of action.

her tone was noncommittal, and her face gave nothing away

Example Of non-committal

  • According to the report, Lord Paul was, however, non-committal on whether he would invest in Punjab.

  • And at Church House, the Church of England's Westminster headquarters, a spokesman was less concise - but just as non-committal .

  • Asked what has changed since then, O'Neill's non-committal response spoke volumes.

  • ‘He has asked my opinion on the proposals being developed and I was non-committal ,’ he said.

  • ‘He looks a bit busy to me,’ Bella continued non-committally .


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