Examples from the Web for uninvolved
Ruth Madoff was so close to her husband that many doubt she could have been uninvolved.
He meant to look as uninvolved as the duke, but it was not quite within his power.T. Tembarom|Frances Hodgson Burnett
This pampered minion surveyed me with the innocent malice of an uninvolved nonhuman for merely human intrigues.
The more I defended Willy, the more Willy would talk in order to protect his uninvolved friends.Jack of No Trades|Charles Cottrell
I knocked again and had time to wonder if we'd find ourselves explaining things to some uninvolved stranger.
The kidneys, in cases which have continued some time, are apt to be hypermic and enlarged, although primarily they are uninvolved.
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Word Origin and History for uninvolved
"complicated," 1640s, past participle adjective from involve.