Examples from the Web for uninterested
Yet one topic Waters is uninterested in exploring is politics.‘Drunk History’: A Booze Cruise of Red, White, and Blood|Rich Goldstein|July 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And it was further indication that Republicans were uninterested in making deals with the other side.Democrats May Be Obstructionists Now, but They Have Good Reason|Jamelle Bouie|October 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The GOP is uninterested in major new spending programs, and moreover, they have public opinion on their side.
It's a book about the experience of war that is uninterested in the issues of war.
Uninterested in school, she dedicated her semesters and summers to interning at beauty magazines.The Girl Who Wrote About Drugs: Cat Marnell on Vice, Addiction & More|Caitlin Dickson|July 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
But the lookers on were not uninterested observers of what had past.Ghosts and Family Legends|Catherine Crowe
The cat, uninterested, was consulting her own comfort, and the cricket was persevering for ever in his original statement.When Ghost Meets Ghost|William Frend De Morgan
Or are you, like so many of your fellow Franciscans, uninterested in philosophy?The Saracen: Land of the Infidel|Robert Shea
There are uninterested people, though there should not be an uninterested normal boy.Literature for Children|Orton Lowe
I looked on her case in a different light to what I could wish or expect any uninterested person to view it in.Charlotte Bronte and Her Circle|Clement K. Shorter
British Dictionary definitions for uninterested
Word Origin and History for uninterested
1640s, "unbiased," from un- (1) "not" + past participle of interest. It later meant "disinterested" (1660s); sense of "unconcerned, indifferent" is recorded from 1771. This is the correct word for what often is miscalled disinterested.