impartial

[ im-pahr-shuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF impartial

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPARTIAL

In fact, Claudio's temper here is as detached and impartial as Benedick's.

Her impartial and dutiful reasonings on her difficult situation.

It concerns not me to know them: but the world, even the impartial part of it, accuses him.

The moment Charley's logical faculty was excited his perception was impartial.

This is not always, the result of impartial and discriminating judgment.

To be impartial might mean not to side absolutely with Weald in its enmity to blueskins.

In the minds of impartial observers the argument was a stand-off.

“Perhaps you are not altogether an impartial judge,” he remarked.

Spacious and genial was the old homely house, with its impartial square.

They demand that impartial courtesy should be shown to every one.

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