- 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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Examples from the Web for impartiality
No because I want to preserve as much as possible my detachment and impartiality.U.N. Gaza Investigator: 'Anti-Israel' Label Is a 'Slur'
August 12, 2014
Why has confidence in the impartiality of the Supreme Court tumbled to 44%?Don't Take it Personally Your Honors: They're Mad at Everybody
June 8, 2012
Hantman recalls that Bharara's fairness and impartiality impressed even the most partisan Republicans.Wall Street's New Sheriff
May 11, 2011
For the moment Lydia felt more imbued with the impartiality of the law than both of them.The Prisoner
I have written of them with all the truth that was in me, and with an the impartiality of which I was capable.Notes on Life and Letters
This was fairness and impartiality in the eyes of the Chief Justice!
"It is quite true what you say," he said, with a certain pride in his own impartiality.Michael
E. F. Benson
Heaven forbid I should fetter my impartiality by entertaining an opinion.Romola
- not prejudiced towards or against any particular side or party; fair; unbiased
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Word Origin and History for impartiality
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