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uninterestedness

Definitions

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  • n. The quality of being uninterested.

Etymologies

uninterested +‎ -ness (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Such personal interest on the part of employers in their employees leads up to a clue to that other branch of the uninterestedness of labor—its lack of identification with the welfare of capital—its lack of any feeling of loyalty toward the capitalist.

    Black and White

  • Concerning the uninterestedness of labor and its too common lack of any identification with capital, we must also look beyond labor itself to find the full responsibility of this evil.

    Black and White

  • Such personal interest on the part of employers in their employees leads up to a clue to that other branch of the uninterestedness of labor -- its lack of identification with the welfare of capital -- its lack of any feeling of loyalty toward the capitalist.

    Black and White Land, Labor, and Politics in the South

  • She had black hair and gray eyes, and she sat with folded hands staring at the picture before her in dumb uninterestedness.

    Esmeralda

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