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Definition of "impartial" []

  • Not partial or biased; unprejudiced. See Synonyms at fair1. (adjective)
  • Not prejudiced towards or against any particular side or party; fair; unbiased (adjective)

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Use "impartial" in a sentence
  • "Such an agent might be impartial between her children with respect to the care they receive (while preferring her own children over others in this respect), and also impartial between the various job candidates; but it is clear that these two uses of the word ˜impartial™ denote very different practices."
  • "Dorn crunched the numbers for more than 60 UN peacekeeping operations, which he describes as impartial, long-term missions that use force only for defence, compared to the Afghan mission where there is combat with a declared enemy..."
  • "For the BBC to call itself impartial is a sick joke, their political bias is clear and obvious and I am sure that I (and others) could list their built-in prejudices with ease."