the disinterestedness with which the newspaper reports stories earns it the respect and trust of the community
a fair measure of the level of disinterestedness in the proceedings was the near-constant yawning by both participants and observers
Recent Examples on the WebThese functions are all masked by the academic ideology of disinterestedness.
Louis Menand, The New Yorker, 15 Mar. 2021 Both knew the artistic value of reserve, of disinterestedness.
Washington Post, 8 Nov. 2019 But Robert Brookings’s early model of political disinterestedness and scientific objectivity began to erode soon afterward.
John B. Judis, New Republic, 15 Sep. 2017
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