Neither he nor the Sanford Police Department were disinterested observers.
Edge, one of the most inventive guitarists in rock history, comes off as disinterested.
If our school system fails to teach how our country works, should we be surprised so many are disinterested?
But if one person's channel surfing and the other's disinterested, go right ahead and browse.
He called George W. Bush's approach to Latin America "clumsy, disinterested and, above all, distracted by the war in Iraq."
I doubt if he will ever be emperor; he is too Athenian, and also too honorable, too disinterested.
There is no wickedness in any disinterested and sincere opinion.
She knew, only too well, that Althea's invitation to dinner had not been disinterested.
Their love and devotion to their chief prompted them to this disinterested act.
You ascribe my resolution to a disinterested regard to your good.
1610s, "unconcerned," the sense we now would ascribe to uninterested, with the sense of "impartial" going to disinteressed (c.1600). See dis- + interest. Modern sense of disinterested is first attested 1650s. As things now stand, disinterested means "free from personal bias," while uninterested means "caring nothing for the matter in question." Related: Disinterestedly; disinterestedness.