View definitions for disinterested
adjective as in detached, uninvolved
It’s nothing at all like a cage full of disinterested wolf pups.
Mistakes include marketing to a new, disinterested demographic, while neglecting the brand’s core audience, overpricing the sandwich itself, some ad firm dram, and sweeping disinterest or disdain from franchisees.
The dog pen is all licks, wiggles and eye contact, Salomons says, nothing at all like a cage full of disinterested wolf pups.
For decades, he didn’t look forward to it because he was disinterested in honoring his dad.
When I stood in roughly the same spot as these two figures, I was thinking about some of the distinctly venal purposes to which we put our supposedly disinterested love of natural beauty.
If our school system fails to teach how our country works, should we be surprised so many are disinterested?
Edge, one of the most inventive guitarists in rock history, comes off as disinterested.
Add to that a disinterested public that fails to turn out on Election Day, and citizens are getting the government they deserve.
Neither he nor the Sanford Police Department were disinterested observers.
But if one person's channel surfing and the other's disinterested, go right ahead and browse.
Never believe, however disinterested the love of a kept woman may be, that it will cost one nothing.
The disinterested historians state ingenuously that Joanna was not guilty of this crime, although the others accuse her of it.
"Then, for once, I've found a disinterested female in a coaxing mood," replied this modern Diogenes.
Here they drew off, and their apparently disinterested hearer turned the page of his paper.
The Government cannot fail to reward with a bit of red ribbon so disinterested, so philanthropic a devotion.
On this page you'll find 77 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to disinterested, such as: aloof, casual, dispassionate, impartial, indifferent, and neutral.
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