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Showing no prejudice for or against something; impartial.
impartial, unprejudiced, non-partisan, neutral, objective, outside, disinterested, without fear or favour, dispassionate, detached, unswayed, even-handed, open-minded, equitable, fair, fair-minded, juston the level, with no axe to grind, sitting on the fenceView synonyms
- ‘In many contributions to The Racing Post he also tackled the serious issues of racing with a unbiased and detached eye.’
- ‘However, getting unbiased financial advice is not as simple as it sounds; being forewarned is forearmed.’
- ‘It's nigh impossible for me to approach this in an objective and unbiased manner.’
- ‘That's why, when you use a Mortgage Choice consultant, you get truly unbiased home loan advice.’
- ‘The use of outside assistance is to ensure the investigation is fair an unbiased.’
- ‘An adjudicator must be, and must be seen to be, disinterested, unbiased and impartial.’
- ‘If nothing else it will help me to give a completely fair, unbiased opinion to each area of the album.’
- ‘If you want to come across as unbiased and open-minded, I suggest you try a little harder to express it with your choice of words.’
- ‘It is not a piece of the larger, commercial media that has a responsibility to be fair and unbiased.’
- ‘If you want truly unbiased advice, swallow hard and cough up a fee - with any commission rebated back to you, of course.’
- ‘At least it means we can enjoy impartial unbiased commentary from now on.’
- ‘Will the next patient who is examined by this physician be given a fair and unbiased diagnosis?’
- ‘As a newsreader, Sir Trevor has to remain unbiased and fair, and he is a master at this.’
- ‘Sometimes its news stories aren't as fair and unbiased as the government would want them to be.’
- ‘What this really means, is that Bahamian courts are not really impartial, unbiased and fair.’
- ‘I'd rather have advertisements on the tele and some fair and unbiased news than the joke that the corporation has now become.’
- ‘They offer free, unbiased, anonymous credit advice and will help you sort through your debt.’
- ‘I'd like to invite you to lunch there so you can give an unbiased outsider's view.’
- ‘Online is a new website offering reliable, unbiased advice from real midwives.’
- ‘How a new model needs to emerge, one that can provide unbiased advice to marketers.’
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