Examples of apolitical in a Sentence
Although both of her parents are politicians, she's completely apolitical.
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Taylor has been famously apolitical since the 2016 election, and has continued to stay quiet about Donald Trump—even in the wake of some of his most upsetting and offensive comments.
To be sure, authorities in many places remain suspicious and unwelcoming of even the most apolitical activities.
Part of the reason the U.S. military is venerated by the American public is that they are considered apolitical.
Rawls pushes back on perceptions that Gordy had been apolitical, wary of tying his label and its mainstream ambitions too closely to matters of civil rights and resistance.
Since Trump took office, the normally apolitical scientific community has risen up in opposition to his administration.
The president’s official event at Kirkwood was more apolitical, as Trump toured learning spaces for students in the community college’s agriculture program and touted his administration’s commitment to aid and support for rural America.
The more complicated and interesting question, then, is why someone who prides himself on being apolitical became embroiled in a great political scandal.
D&G have said that dressing the First Lady is apolitical.
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Definition of apolitical for English Language Learners
: not political : not interested or involved in politics
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