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Word: disinterested

Definition: unprejudiced; free from bias and self-interest; objective

Sentences Containing 'disinterested'

This was his plan of amends of atonement for inheriting their father's estate; and he thought it an excellent one, full of eligibility and suitableness, and excessively generous and disinterested on his own part.
His choice is disinterested at least, for he must know my father can give her nothing.
The broadest and most prevalent error requires the most disinterested virtue to sustain it.
You may one of these days reap the reward of your disinterested devotion.
``How could I make such a proposition, especially to a woman who always professes to be so entirely disinterested?''
I am sure when I think of the fellow now, my blood rises against him with the disinterested indignation I should feel if I could have known all about him without having ever been in his power; but it rises hotly, because I know him to have been an incapable brute, who had no more right to be possessed of the great trust he held, than to be Lord High Admiral, or Commander-in-Chief--in either of which capacities it is probable that he would have done infinitely less mischief.
For I am generally disinterested in my love, and think I could be content to make a figure before Miss Larkins, and expire.
You must not think my visit all friendly and disinterested, Trotwood, for--I am afraid I may be cruelly prejudiced--I do not like to let papa go away alone, with him.'
'You will find her,' pursued my aunt, 'as good, as beautiful, as earnest, as disinterested, as she has always been.
This procedure of theirs, to be sure, was very disinterested and benevolent of them.
The broadest and most prevalent error requires the most disinterested virtue to sustain it.

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