unbias

v.

"to free from bias," 1708, from un- (1) "not" + bias.

The truest service a private man may hope to do his country is, by unbiassing his mind as much as possible. [Swift, "The Sentiments of a Church of England Man with respect to Religion and Government," 1708]

Nearby words

  1. unbelt,
  2. unbend,
  3. unbending,
  4. unbent,
  5. unbeseeming,
  6. unbiased,
  7. unbiblical,
  8. unbidden,
  9. unbind,
  10. unbirthday

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper