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uncommitted, adj. unpledged, unpromised, unplighted, unengaged, unbetrothed, free, available; footloose and fancy-free, unattached, unbound, unmarried, single, independent; undecided, straddling the fence, on neither side, neutral.

uncommon, adj. 1. unusual, rare, unwonted, uncustomary, unfamiliar, out-of-the-way; scarce, infrequent, occasional, few, few and far between; unique, one of a kind, special, singular, individual, distinctive, different, exotic, recherch6; out-of-the-ordinary, unconventional, unorthodox, novel, new; atypical, irregular, aberrant, abnormal, anomalous; peculiar, eccentric, idiosyncratic, strange, curious, odd, bizarre, queer, weird, freakish, freaky.
2. extraordinary, exceptional, remarkable, outstanding, standout, distinctive, noteworthy, notable; unheard-of, unprecedented, unexampled, unparalleled, unequaled, peerless, matchless, unrivaled, inimitable, incomparable; unsurpassed, second to none, supreme, superior, transcendent, the best, superlative, of the first water.

uncommonly, adv. 1. unusually, highly, extremely, inordinately; outrageously, incredibly, unbelievably, amazingly.
2. specially, especially, particularly, exceptionally, singularly; outstandingly, strikingly, remarkably, extraordinarily, marvelously.
3. rarely, very rarely, infrequently, seldom, seldom if ever, hardly, hardly ever, scarcely, scarcely ever; on rare occasions, occasionally, only now and then, once in a great while,
Inf. once in a blue moon, Inf. once in a coon's age.

uncommunicative, adj. taciturn, reserved, shy, reticent, unconversable, unconversational, untalkative; quiet, silent, close-mouthed, tight-lipped, tacit, unspoken, speechless, voiceless, mum, mute; distant, aloof, stand-offish, unsociable,, antisocial, an-tisocialistic; laconic, concise, succinct, to the point, terse, short, brief, pithy.

uncompromising, adj. 1. rigid, stiff, hard, inflexible, unflexible, nonflexible, unbendable, unbending, unyielding, hard-line; fixed, set, firm, immovable, unalterable, unchangeable, unvarying, hard-and-fast, ironclad, absolute, resolved, determined, tenacious, dogged, persevering, unrelenting, relentless, implacable, inexorable, never-say-die, die-hard; hardcore, inveterate, absolute, unqualified, unmitigated.
2. strict, severe, stern, austere, Spartan, harsh,
Inf. hard as nails, tough; rigid, Inf. set in one's ways, narrow-minded, close-minded; ultraconservative, strait-laced, SI. straight, on the straight and narrow; unadaptable, unaccommodating, unconformable, nonconforming, noncompliant, uncompliant, noncooperative, uncooperative; stubborn, obstinate, pigheaded, mulish, obdurate, headstrong, willful.

unconcern, n. indifference, insouciance, apathy, disinterest, disinterestedness; aloofness, distantness, remoteness, haughtiness, being above it all, Inf. not giving a damn, SI. not caring a fig or a hoot in hell; nonchalance, pococurantism, lukewarmness, coolness, frigidity; impassiveness, impassibility, dispassion, dispassionateness, passionlessness; passiveness, listlessness, languor, inattentiveness, obliviousness, preoccupation, spiritlessness; insensitivity, insensibility, lack of sympathy or compassion; stoniness, stoicism, callousness, hardness, hard-heartedness, obdurateness.

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