- not partial or biased; fair; just: an impartial judge.
Origin of impartial
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unbiased, unprejudiced, equitable. See fair1.
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Carles told me that MormonThink strives to be objective and impartial.God vs. the Internet. And the Winner is…
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How can a Tea Party-backed judge ever be fair and impartial given the rigid right-wing ideology of that movement?!In North Carolina, GOP Overreach May Be More Unpopular Than Obama
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Because my disproportionate reaction is precisely why the law needs to be impartial.How to Stay Liberal After You Get Robbed
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June 29, 2014
He said that I was being watched and my impartial journalism was appreciated.Fighting The Talibanization Of Pakistan
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June 14, 2014
These unexpected heroics can make for great watching—especially for the impartial amateur.Why Americans Should Love the World Cup
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In fact, Claudio's temper here is as detached and impartial as Benedick's.The Man Shakespeare
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.Wilfrid Cumbermede
This is not always, the result of impartial and discriminating judgment.Chronicles of Border Warfare
Alexander Scott Withers
- not prejudiced towards or against any particular side or party; fair; unbiased
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Word Origin and History for impartial
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