- adj. Alternative form of noncommittal.
“He was non-commital about what the president may specifically discuss with Prime Minister Singh, but said the overall U. S emphasis on human rights issues will continue.”
“And when I get the negative or non-commital feedback, I lose my vim and vigor.”
“I get my books at the end of the month from DCBS, so I had a chance to read a lot of the reviews for Flash: Rebirth #1, most of them either negative or non-commital.”
“I got off my ass and called David Wu, he is non-commital, but they totally understood my remarks on why it should be passed.”
“The proof will be when the auction company is tight lipped and/or non-commital about how many units were purchased.”
“The media overhyped the story. maybe she should have said 'all options are on the table which is so non-commital as to not generate a buzz. but then CNN would have nothing to report, as there is absolutely, positivey, nothing else going on in the world ....”
“No Strings Attached" was the No. 1 movie at the weekend box office, confirming a fact that was already obvious: moviegoers love the idea of having non-commital sex with Natalie Portman.”
“But that kiss never happens on screen ... what appears on screen is very non-commital.”
“The Union said it consisted of “common-place, non-commital generalities” and gave off a whiff of being “ultra whig.””
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