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  • adv. In an impartial manner; fairly.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. In an impartial manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an impartial manner; without bias; without prejudice; justly; fairly.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in an impartial manner


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impartial +‎ -ly


  • "Mother;" but he applied the term impartially alike to Countess and to

    One Snowy Night Long ago at Oxford

  • The very description of it, if men would see things entirely, and judge of them impartially, is enough to show how contrary to reason those act that live such a life.

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume III (Job to Song of Solomon)

  • As if the current Republican-lead SCOTUS applies the laws fairly and impartially, which is why now corporations can now make contributions to candidates as if they are a person themselves.

    McConnell: Senate Republicans will treat Kagan fairly

  • And what guarantee do we have that it was done professionally and impartially, that is by an outside agency like the NJ State Police or the FBI?

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • We go out of our way to make sure that the survey is conducted fairly and impartially, which is why we only accept the colored survey forms that have been mailed to us by members.

    Filled Out Your Wage Survey Yet?

  • Mistakes were made by both sides, and since I have tried to present an objective account they are described as impartially as possible.

    Graf Spee

  • The Schoolmarm, in her riding clothes, ran down the trail, calling impartially:


  • Poetry, music, and dancing are the only relics which have come down to us from those ancient times which are termed impartially the Golden or the Arboreal Ages.

    Here are Ladies

  • It seems that, rather than report it - even with a positive spin, the BBC apparently prefers to be "impartially" silent on this news item.


  • That's like inviting Bush to appoint Rove, Cheney, Scalia and Scooter Libby to "impartially" decide election disputes.

    Living in the Post-Election Era and Really Protecting the USA


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