Without an interest: uninterested parties. (adjective)
Not having a financial interest.(adjective)
Marked by or exhibiting a lack of interest. See Usage Note at disinterested.(adjective)
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Use "uninterested" in a sentence
"Of course, there are other kinds of consumers, and Wednesday Comics no doubt will appeal to those regular comics-shop patrons who remain uninterested in the latest continuity-intensive event."
"James, disinterested/uninterested is a good example of what I mean by uninformed advice."
"I remain uninterested in the political agenda free enterprise driven efforts that to date have to a large degree fallen in their face as well they should."