Impartial [adjective]

Definition of Impartial:

fair, unprejudiced

Opposite/Antonyms of Impartial:

Sentence/Example of Impartial:

Finding an impartial opinion on blockchain projects isn’t easy.

While national security as a blanket term is all well and good, CFIUS itself and its ability to stay impartial is under question.

She is trying to appear impartial on matters that could come before the court.

It is unreasonable to think that she would be able to administer fair and impartial justice to our communities if she can’t even accept our basic humanity and dignity.

Nigerian historian Uche Uwaezuoke Okonkwo also posits that a more impartial analysis would have earned decolonial leaders in their own right, Margaret Ekpo, Janet Mokelu, or Funmilayo Ransom-Kuti, as “mother of Nigerian nationalism.”

They’re the sort of arguments fair and impartial judges would laugh out of court, possibly after sanctioning the plaintiffs’ lawyers for bringing frivolous litigation.

How well they have merited that Degree of Confidence is left to the impartial World to determine.

Should you bestow upon my letter a fair and impartial perusal, it will neither be useless to you nor to my country.

Bill had been a frequent and impartial visitor to the bottles that were tucked away at both ends of his store.

Oh, no, the man so speaking is not doing so of himself; the avowals are too frank—the opinions too impartial.