Definition of unaffiliated in English:

unaffiliated

adjective

  • Not officially attached to or connected with an organization or group.

    • ‘Perhaps the time has come for constituencies to elect independent citizens, unaffiliated to any political party, to our Parliament in order to begin the process of good government.’
    • ‘Data in the system cannot be modified, and unaffiliated physicians cannot connect to Geisinger's production databases, where data could be tampered with or destroyed, Chanaga says.’
    • ‘And an autonomous, unaffiliated organization of teenagers calling themselves Youth Liberation proved adept at developing, attracting, and distributing their own print media on an impressive scale.’
    • ‘A pupil at Sherburn High School, Ford has also qualified for several second rounds in the Trailblazers show jumping series, again run on a national basis at unaffiliated level.’
    • ‘By comparison, only about 18 percent of remaining registered voters were enrolled as independent or unaffiliated.’
    • ‘However, candidates - as well as unaffiliated individuals and organizations - have a First Amendment right to spend money on media access for their campaign speech.’
    • ‘Both parties agree that unaffiliated voters will be crucial in Colorado.’
    • ‘She is rare in that she is an independent intellectual, unaffiliated with any university.’
    • ‘The nonsectarian, unaffiliated organization performs in three separate age-based ensembles and includes girls ranging in age from 6 to 17.’
    • ‘Artists, musicians and other creative types, most unaffiliated with activist organizations, are planning numerous ways to ‘welcome’ the Republicans.’
    • ‘It comes not only from established organisations with clearly defined victims, but also from unaffiliated, loose-knit networks of individuals with a much broader agenda.’
    • ‘The traditional players' efforts to catch up for lost ground in investment performance terms - often by outsourcing to unaffiliated fund management groups - is too little too late, claims Datamonitor.’
    • ‘Even in cases of unaffiliated or unwanted remains, the report leans on the side of return.’
    • ‘Especially in the South and in parts of the West, state parties that once limited participation to registered Democrats have begun admitting independent and unaffiliated voters.’
    • ‘But when CNN reporter Kevin Sites' bosses found out he'd been blogging his experiences on an unaffiliated site, they told him to stop.’
    • ‘We are independent patriots, unaffiliated with anyone, untainted by any political history.’
    • ‘Liberty Asset Managers is an independent broker, unaffiliated to any bank, building society or insurance company.’
    • ‘The link is on an unaffiliated site that had resources for gay youth.’
    • ‘Key research libraries are often closed to unaffiliated users, and many libraries keep the bulk of their collections in closed stacks, inhibiting the rewarding pleasures of browsing.’
    • ‘Kwik-Fit's change of emphasis is well-timed, as forthcoming changes in the UK car market should bolster demand for unaffiliated after-sales service outlets.’
    uncommitted, undecided, in two minds, torn, split, uncertain, unsure, wavering, vacillating, indecisive, in a quandary, in a dilemma, in doubt
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Pronunciation

unaffiliated

/ˌənəˈfilēˌādəd//ˌənəˈfɪliˌeɪdəd/