from The Century Dictionary.
- Not partial; impartial.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective obsolete Impartial.
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- adjective Obsolete form of
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"the most impartial, or perhaps," added he, "'unpartial', of my friends; he always told me my faults, but I must do him the justice to add, that he told them to 'me', and not to others."
Trying to unpartial here, but this just pissed this Negro blogger off to the high heavens.
Now although some behold his voyage, begun with more courage then counsel, carried on with more valour then advice, and coming off with more honour than profit to himself or the nation (the Spaniard being rather frighted then harmed, rather braved then frighted therewith); yet unpartial judgments, who measure not worth by success, justly allow it a prime place amongst the probable (though not prosperous) English Adventures.
But let unpartial Judges behold how he left, and remember how he found that ruinous fabrick, and they must conclude that (though intending more) he effected much in that great designe.
'Why, look you, Chevalier, I think the widow was not unpartial to me.
Obviously GM foods are "inherently" unsafe, If they are so safe why couldn't it be proven to unpartial judges in the EU?
Any court would say she is not able in the minds of people to give a fair and unpartial debate.
It’s those other sets of eyes (that are SUPPOSED to keep the information accurate and unpartial) that is the big distinction.
‘Why, look you, Chevalier, I think the widow was not unpartial to me.