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disinterested

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdisinteresteddis‧in‧terest‧ed /dɪsˈɪntrɪstɪd/ adjective  1 FAIRable to judge a situation fairly because you are not concerned with gaining any personal advantage from it syn objective, impartial, unbiased A lawyer should provide disinterested advice.2 INTERESTED#not interested. Many teachers think that this is not correct Englishuninteresteddisinterestedly adverb
Examples from the Corpus
disinterestedMostly, the fans were looking disinterested.Find a financial consultant who can offer completely independent and disinterested advice.They do not expect the medical profession to be disinterested, and are disappointed if it does not provide advice and support.The transaction is subject to approval by a panel of disinterested directors.His wife left him, he became increasingly disinterested in his work and he returned to Cornwall as a tramp.The peculiarly disinterested institution of science develops only in special circumstances and remains constantly vulnerable.As an outside observer drawn into the Statementing process by the professionals involved, I had a neutral but not disinterested role.I for one am making a disinterested search for information.As soon as the lights snapped on, he glanced at me for a second in a bored, disinterested way.
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