uninterested

[ uhn-in-ter-uh-stid, -truh-stid, -tuh-res-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF uninterested

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNINTERESTED

Vivian became also one of the audience, and not an uninterested one.

Life spoke most earnestly and well to an uninterested group of women.

So long as Calhoun did not touch the control-board, though, he was uninterested.

Have you ever observed an enthusiastic teacher with an uninterested class?

"No doubt you're right," murmured old Neeld, both uneasy and uninterested.

They were not uninterested in those cities that interest all.

Jonas had met the type before, and was uninterested in going further.

She delivered this for what it was worth, in an uninterested, emotionless voice.

Or are you, like so many of your fellow Franciscans, uninterested in philosophy?

Surely you are not uninterested in what is now called psychical research?

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR UNINTERESTED

loafing

adjectiveostensibly employed, but wasting time
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