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Synonyms for disinterested

Synonyms for disinterested

feeling or showing no strong emotional involvement

lacking interest in one's surroundings or worldly affairs

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unaffected by self-interest

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To overcome this procedural hurdle, there must be some other reason why the directors cannot disinterestedly respond to the violation and why the plaintiff should be allowed to defend the corporation's interests instead.
In each of these options, Collins disinterestedly presents the views of supporters within each religious or secular group.
But one afternoon the mail arrived and with it a notice from a facility far from the Great Ape's accustomed habitat, a squat and angular facility with bright corridors and antiseptic laboratories where individuals in white coats plied their craft disinterestedly and without bias, seeking scientific truth.
For Foucault, the power relations through which 'sex' appears to be an object of study establishes that there are no Archimedean points from where the individual disinterestedly observes what is conventionally known as facts.
On the other hand, gorgeous physical specimens sometimes work so disinterestedly, so half-heartedly, that they disgust you.
I would add that the Urbana campus has also procured, for the past two academic years, a visiting Jewish-Israeli professor of Israel Studies whose position is by no means disinterestedly funded by the Schusterman Family Foundation and the American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise(AICE).
He suggests that businessmen are heartless swine (Bounderby in Hard Times) or disinterestedly charitable (the Cheeryble brothers in Nicholas Nickleby).
By loving the boy disinterestedly, he is then the source and model for the care the boy must have for himself as subject.
Thanks," I said disinterestedly, expecting the usual mixture of special offers from the Taj Mahal restaurant, bills and exhortations to "Adopt a puppy this Christmas".
As Nock (1996) put it, "State power has an unbroken record of inability to do anything efficiently, economically, disinterestedly or honestly; yet when the slightest dissatisfaction arises over any exercise of social power, the aid of the agent least qualified to give aid is immediately called for" (p.
In walks Katie, who looks up disinterestedly, and says, "Time for dinner, Dad," and walks away.
It is annoying to ask a producer what something tastes like only to have that person shrug disinterestedly.
Advisably, a private-public trade body should be set up to create disinterestedly profiles of businesses related to IT and enabled services.
If that is true, then there is no reason why he should not do exactly that, even though theoretically he may not be acting disinterestedly for the welfare of all the shareholders as a group.
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