Feeling or showing no interest or involvement; unconcerned: an uninvolved bystander. (adjective)
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Use "uninvolved" in a sentence
"It remains my personal conviction that America's entry into World War I was was one the most fateful decisions of the 20th Century - if America had remain uninvolved, Hitler is extremely unlikely to have risen to power."
"Lamb, who tried to remain uninvolved politically, tolerated his abrasiveness, and that friendship managed to survive, if only just barely in the face of Hazlitt’s growing bitterness, short temper, and propensity for hurling invective at friends and foes alike."
"The overburdened Courts may have a perverse incentive to remain uninvolved, apparently hoping the targeted victim will collapse and give in to the lawsuit terrorist’s demands."