- not biased or prejudiced; fair; impartial.
Also especially British, un·bi·assed.
Origin of unbiased
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fair, equitable, tolerant, neutral.
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Examples from the Web for unbiased
I want to bring this to your kind attention with the hope that you will help me secure an unbiased resolution.An American Marine in Iran’s Prisons Goes on Hunger Strike
December 18, 2014
“There is no such thing as an unbiased source,” laments one of them.Hey Anti-Vaxxers, Watch NOVA: Vaccines--Calling the Shots
September 11, 2014
The extent to which this is instrumental and forced is clear to any unbiased observer.Torture the Little Children? The Catholic Church Says It’s Not Responsible
Barbie Latza Nadeau
May 6, 2014
“In my mind this sub is the best place on the internet for real, unbiased news about Syria,” one user wrote on a thread.How the Syrian War Subreddit Scoops Mainstream Media
November 7, 2013
By all accounts, DiMaio appears to be an unbiased expert in his field.Experts: George Zimmerman Just Caught a Big Break
July 10, 2013
See the set lips of the 'unbiased twelve' as they retire for consideration of their verdict!Oswald Langdon
Carson Jay Lee
No truth seeking, unbiased mind can hesitate for a moment on which side to decide, after comparing them with the inspired word.
No statement of this kind is unbiased, for the pacifist has his own bias.The Better Germany in War Time
To an unbiased mind the evidence allows but one interpretation.The Promise
James B. Hendryx
I want you to act from memory alone, unbiased by any outside influence.At the Time Appointed
A. Maynard Barbour
- having no bias or prejudice; fair or impartial
- (of a sample) not affected by any extraneous factors, conflated variables, or selectivity which influence its distribution; random
- (of an estimator) having an expected value equal to the parameter being estimated; having zero bias
- Also called: discriminatory(of a significance test). Having a power greater than the predetermined significance level
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Word Origin and History for unbiased
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