Definition of non-committally in English:

non-committally

adverb

  • See non-committal

    • ‘The ability to play non-committally in the opening without incurring any disadvantage in doing so is a great asset, and he can and should delay his decisions until the other countries have committed themselves.’
    • ‘Tash nodded non-committally, feeling a twinge of something like guilt.’
    • ‘‘Mmm,’ she replied non-committally, but the radiant smile on her face showed that her demons were gone for the moment.’
    • ‘‘He looks a bit busy to me,’ Bella continued non-committally.’
    • ‘‘Yeah, fine,’ he replied non-committally as he dug his hand into his pocket.’

Pronunciation

non-committally

/ˌnɒnkəˈmɪtəli/