Examples of apolitical in a Sentence
Although both of her parents are politicians, she's completely apolitical.
Recent Examples of apolitical from the Web
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.
The superintendent mentioned that there were several other apolitical mistakes in the yearbook, including editing of photos from a student trip to Bermuda to add or extend clothing on students, NJ.com notes.
The project is something of a departure for Pera, whose act tends to be apolitical.
Gray's decision to address politics and social issues is part of a larger trend as musicians -- even those who are traditionally apolitical in their music like Katy Perry and Zedd -- have recently made political statements.
The New Orleans Pride Parade, which takes place Saturday, (June 10) will remain an apolitical celebration of LGBT identity, according to parade captain Darryl Martin.
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Definition of apolitical for English Language Learners
: not political : not interested or involved in politics
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