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
Democrats must do a better job going forward to convince the party’s newer base that the process is fair and impartial.
But the deal has been heavily criticized by Sinn Féin, which said the government could no longer be impartial in attempting to maintain peace in Northern Ireland.
John Kennedy of Louisiana and Thom Tillis of North Carolina expressed concern about his ability to be impartial.
But first, as in all criminal trials, the judge has to seat an impartial jury of men and women who will eventually decide the defendant's guilt or innocence.
Nevertheless, toxic levels of partisanship and distrust are threats to impartial analysis.
The beauty of America was, and still is, fair and impartial elections.
Councilman John Keller argued in favor of approving the resolution, saying that the council's role in the process is to make sure the selection process is fair and impartial.
Americans are mixed on whether the Justice Department investigation, now led by Mueller, can be fair and impartial.
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impartial vs Partial
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
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