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Definition of "impartially" []

  • Not prejudiced towards or against any particular side or party; fair; unbiased (adjective)
  • In an impartial manner; fairly. (adverb)

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Use "impartially" in a sentence
  • ""Mother;" but he applied the term impartially alike to Countess and to"
  • "The very description of it, if men would see things entirely, and judge of them impartially, is enough to show how contrary to reason those act that live such a life."
  • "As if the current Republican-lead SCOTUS applies the laws fairly and impartially, which is why now corporations can now make contributions to candidates as if they are a person themselves."