Adjective "impartial" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ɪmˈpɑːʃ(ə)l/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Treating all rivals or disputants equally.
  1. 'Now more than ever, there is a need for impartial professional advice.'
  2. 'Can one hold such strong views and yet remain impartial and objective?'
  3. 'He performs duties on behalf of the United Kingdom as a whole, and must therefore be seen to be fair and impartial.'
  4. 'I undertake to exercise the functions and powers of the office in a fair and an impartial way.'
  5. 'How these professionals can remain dispassionate and impartial in their job I will never know.'
  6. 'We should make objective and impartial assessment of the hard realities of life.'
  7. 'In itself that is no objection provided the witness is fair and impartial.'
  8. 'How impartial and objective do you think twelve ordinary citizens can ever be?'
  9. 'At least it means we can enjoy impartial unbiased commentary from now on.'
  10. 'Expert guidelines are expected to be objective, impartial, and independently derived.'

Definitions

1. not partial or biased; fair; just: an impartial judge.

More examples(as adjective)

"nobodies can be impartial in faces."

"troops can be impartial for beings."

"people can be impartial in works."

"ministers can be impartial in/at/on ways."

"militaries can be impartial in conflicts."

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