Character 9
Hyphenation im par tial
Pronunciations /ɪmˈpɑɹ.ʃəl/

Definitions and meanings of "Impartial"

What do we mean by impartial?

Not partial or biased; unprejudiced. synonym: fair. adjective

Not partial; not favoring one more than another; unprejudiced; equitable; just: as, an impartial judge or judgment; impartial favors.

Indifferent; not taking part.

By apparent association with in part, or else by improper assumption of the prefix as intensive. Partial.

Synonyms Unbiased, fair, honorable, even-handed.

Not partial; not favoring one more than another; treating all alike; unprejudiced; unbiased; disinterested; equitable; fair; just. adjective

Treating all parties, rivals, or disputants equally; not partial; not biased; fair. adjective

Free from undue bias or preconceived opinions adjective

Showing lack of favoritism adjective

Treating all parties, rivals, or disputants equally; not partial; not biased

Not partial or biased; fair; just Urban Dictionary

Neither good nor evil, a little a both but mostly neutral. Urban Dictionary

A constant state of being; a means of existing during any kind of nomination, campaigning, or voting period. For clarity, people must be constantly reminded that you do not have an opinion, while simultaneously giving your opinion on the topic. Urban Dictionary

Adj. A somewhat magical quality once abundant in America but which, like the buffalo and entertaining broadcast TV, is now seldom seen. .............. Urban Dictionary

Synonyms and Antonyms for Impartial

The word "impartial" in example sentences

Such an agent might be impartial between her children with respect to the care they receive (while preferring her own children over others in this respect), and also impartial between the various job candidates; but it is clear that these two uses of the word ˜impartial™ denote very different practices. ❋ Jollimore, Troy (2006)

Dorn crunched the numbers for more than 60 UN peacekeeping operations, which he describes as impartial, long-term missions that use force only for defence, compared to the Afghan mission where there is combat with a declared enemy... ❋ Unknown (2007)

For the BBC to call itself impartial is a sick joke, their political bias is clear and obvious and I am sure that I (and others) could list their built-in prejudices with ease. ❋ Not A Sheep (2009)

The Gov, which should be impartial, is picking sides. ❋ Unknown (2009)

Everywhere, the ‘authoritative’ spew forth: talking heads, hired to impart wisdom, partial often in impartial guise, complicit in the consumer con-game we call society, where the mediocre is hailed as great! ❋ Unknown (2009)

Paul explained that TIOTI has a four-track revenue scheme that will allow them to remain impartial: advertising (they plan to use the site as an Advertising 2.0 laboratory); white-labelling the service; sponsorships; and ratings/download trend reports. ❋ Unknown (2007)

"BBC must become more impartial" is the headline on its own take (HERE) on its deep-rooted culture of leftist-liberal bias, implying that it is already impartial and merely needs to adjust a little to become even more so. ❋ Unknown (2007)

So ... now pharmacists 'personal moralities are overtaking their professional ethics ... first the fundamentalism reaches politicians, now it reaches professions people trust to remain impartial (because no one never expected that from politicians). ❋ Unknown (2005)

The concept that reporters can be impartial is ridiculous. ❋ Unknown (2005)

He assured the fans that City Hall would remain impartial, inviting Deputy Mayor Rudy Washington on stage, decked out in a Mets cap and shirt. ❋ Unknown (2000)

Prints of Rubens and Nicolas Poussin, of Cuyp and William Hunt, of Burne-Jones and Rossetti, Madonnas and bacchanal orgies, Dutch sunsets and beggar-boys, hang, in impartial selection and appropriate setting, against the Morris-papered walls. ❋ Unknown (1901)

Drona gave the word impartial, wrathful Arjun, dread of foes, ❋ Romesh Dutt (1878)

The nature of riches and influence forcibly confined the list of candidates to a few of the wealthiest; and it was much to be feared, that the ill-humour and contention generated by this triennial struggle, would counterbalance its advantages in impartial eyes. ❋ Unknown (1826)

The third alternative -- that of being what is called "impartial" -- has no real existence; and it is essential that the illusory nature of a policy of impartiality should in the beginning be clearly understood. ❋ Herbert David Croly (1899)

If this indoctrination has succeeded in making students "impartial" -- isn't that a ❋ Unknown (2010)

Well, at least now they can throw away all pretenses of being "impartial" - as if they ever were. ❋ Unknown (2009)

[Finally], a [fair] impartial [judge]. ❋ Jman3564 (2014)

[I am] very [impartial] ❋ Qwert2o1 (2017)

During the election for the [engineering] society [Stephen] yelled I'm impartial through the [corridor] when he was asked to vote. ❋ Firehose2.0 (2016)

Unicorn [horns] and senatorial impartiality [do not exist]! And I am a bit suspicious of this [Tooth Fairy]. ❋ Gnostic3 (2020)

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