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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of unbias.

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

  • adj. without bias
  • adj. characterized by a lack of partiality


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  • But his unbiassed opinion, his mature judgment, his enlightened conscience, he ought not to sacrifice to you, to any man, or to any set of men living.

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  • What all this amounted to was that the most careful study by the most unbiassed observers of the entire course of human history had been unable to unearth a single example of human evolution.

    Arcana Magi - c.1: Oryn Zentharis, Seeker of the Truth

  • There are few reports of the crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan because we in this country have well-behaved media - which is to the benefit of Israel, as any unbiassed review of the coverage will confirm.

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  • This is silly because, well, it's like going over to mydd. com and expecting to get an unbiassed opinion on primary polling or something.funny. every poll that shows hillary with a lead sucks. and every polls that shows hillary slipping. why that poll's all aces!

    James Carville Says Clinton Won Debate, Again Not I.D.ed As Clinton Supporter By CNN

  • Here's the link for the book awards - have your say in an unbiassed way of course if I had a book in there, it'd be different..., and you even get the chance to win £200 of book vouchers.

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  • Mrs Charlton, though old and infirm, preserved an understanding, which, whenever unbiassed by her affections, was sure to direct her unerringly; but the extreme softness of her temper frequently misled her judgment, by making it, at the pleasure either of misfortune or of artifice, always yield to compassion, and pliant to entreaty.


  • Glendinning had proved what Murray expected of him, a steady friend, strong in battle, and wise in counsel, adhering to him, from motives of gratitude, in situations where by his own unbiassed will he would either have stood neuter, or have joined the opposite party.

    The Abbot

  • His very security of the approbation of Mr. and Mrs. Tyrold became a source of solicitude; and, secret from them, from her, and from all, he determined to guard his views, till he could find some opportunity of investigating her own unbiassed sentiments.


  • 'I must owe her hand,' cried he, 'to her heart, not to a contest such as this: and, if impartially and unbiassed, the


  • Fortunately the commenters on this blog are not an unbiassed sample. on August 3, 2006 at 1: 43 pm | Reply writersblockcure

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