disinterestedness

noun
dis·in·ter·est·ed·ness | \ -təd-nəs \

Definition of disinterestedness 

: the quality or state of being objective or impartial

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Examples of disinterestedness in a Sentence

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

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But Robert Brookings’s early model of political disinterestedness and scientific objectivity began to erode soon afterward. John B. Judis, New Republic, "The Credible Think Tank Is Dead," 15 Sep. 2017

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First Known Use of disinterestedness

circa 1682, in the meaning defined above

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