Examples of impartial in a Sentence
an impartial analysis of the case
an impartial evaluation of the job applicant's qualifications that does not consider age, gender, or race
Recent Examples of impartial from the Web
Thousands of protesters took to the streets Saturday from New York to San Diego, calling for an impartial investigation into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and possible ties with members of the Trump campaign.
People are expected to protest in more than 100 cities around the world, calling for an independent and impartial investigation into alleged connections between Trump’s presidential campaign and Russia.
Amnesty International demanded an immediate and impartial investigation.
Presidents do not normally call for or otherwise weigh in on criminal investigations, at the risk of being seen as trying to steer the impartial administration of justice.
But Gottlieb told a Senate health committee hearing that impartial science does and must continue to guide FDA's decisions.
Yet the evidence shows that people are kept in those programs no matter what their actual performance is—and only 12% of companies report that their employees see the process as impartial.
But as an argumentative muckraker in the spirit of Jacob Riis, Lincoln Steffens and Ida Tarbell, Mr. Barrett never pretended to be just a dispassionate, impartial journalist.
Gone are the NPR voice and the concept of the impartial observer.
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Did You Know?
To be "partial to" or "partial toward" someone or something is to be somewhat biased or prejudiced, which means that a person who is partial really only sees part of the whole picture. To be impartial is the opposite. The United Nations sends impartial observers to monitor elections in troubled countries. We hope judges and juries will be impartial when they hand down verdicts. But grandparents aren't expected to be impartial when describing their new grandchild.
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IMPARTIAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of impartial for English Language Learners
: treating all people and groups equally : not partial or biased
IMPARTIAL Defined for Kids
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