unattached

[uhn-uh-tacht]
adjective
1.
not attached.
2.
not connected or associated with any particular body, group, organization, or the like; independent.
3.
not engaged or married.

Origin:
1490–1500; un-1 + attached

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unattached (ˌʌnəˈtætʃt)
 
adj
1.  not connected with any specific thing, body, group, etc; independent
2.  not engaged or married
3.  (of property) not seized or held as security or in satisfaction of a judgment

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unattached
1498, "not arrested or seized," from un- (1) "not" + pp. of attach. Meaning "not associated with any body or institution" is recorded from 1796; sense of "single, not engaged or married" is first attested 1874.
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Example sentences
But they were free-standing, on public space beside the road, unattached to
  anyone's private house or garden.
Maybe the unattached, sacrificing description applies mostly to the the single
  students.
Now unattached to any political group, he still rages against poverty and
  corruption.
He still thought of himself as wild and unattached, but he was a creature of
  habit.
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