disinterestedness / dɪsˈɪn təˌrɛs tɪd, -trɪ stɪd /


disinterestedness 的定义

adj. 形容词 adjective
  1. unbiased by personal interest or advantage; not influenced by selfish motives: a disinterested decision by the referee.
  2. notinterested; indifferent.

disinterestedness 近义词

n. 名词 noun



  1. Even if people are disinterested in voting, they still have to maintain a belief that it is fair and that people have access to voting as a means for changing our president or any of our representatives.
  2. He’s had a lot of good ideas and it sounds good, but when he gets so far and he gets disinterested, he drops the ball and moves on to something else.
  3. Although the Blakes had taken in a minor in need of a safe home, the child welfare system seemed distant and disinterested.
  4. In some states the requirements are strict in respect to the disinterestedness of the official who takes the acknowledgment.
  5. As a man the Marshal was loved and respected by all for his absolute disinterestedness and straightforwardness.
  6. It is the motive alone that gives merit to human actions, and disinterestedness perfects them.
  7. In spite of yourself, you think of leaving me some day, and you want to put your disinterestedness beyond risk of suspicion.
  8. How noble was his disinterestedness in giving to Lot the choice of lands for his family and his flocks and his cattle!