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- adj. Not engaged.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not engaged, in any sense.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not busy or occupied; free
- adj. not promised in marriage
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Mobbing up and staying under cover to remain unengaged until it was belt buckle time as the NA were too close and so defeat the PGM threat.
Because the top ISPs have begun to introduce engagement metrics such as opens and clicks into their deliverability equations, Grabowski said, 'unengaged' recipients can cause e-mail campaigns to be blocked and automatically sent to spam folders.
Community College (Mass.), the University of the Arts, and Webster University. policy to drop "unengaged" institutions.
Wasn't he kind of unengaged by the health care debate?
As an educator, I don't find 'unengaged' or 'uninformed' to be a sign of either authenticity or moral rigor, I find it sad and disheartening.
Be aware also of signs of imbalance in your body: tense or unengaged pelvic muscles, dampened sensation, depleted resources, decreased energy, stagnant creative expression, mood swings or excessive cravings, sense of being overwhelmed, and avoidance of touch or bodily needs.
Disinterested, unengaged politicians is what the right prefers, so that's what they get.
Drawing out the closed-in One young woman looks stern, unengaged.
Not cold or stiff, just . . . curiously unengaged.
This coalition is unique: Uniting this many student body presidents represents the coming together and political mobilizing of 1.8 million college students from all over the U.S. That idea might turn a lot of heads. “We always get the rap that we’re unengaged—but that’s not true.