Definition of unbiased
1 : free from bias; especially : free from all prejudice and favoritism : eminently fair an unbiased opinion
2 : having an expected value equal to a population parameter being estimated an unbiased estimate of the population mean
unbiasednessplay \ˌən-ˈbī-əs(t)-nəs\ noun
Examples of unbiased in a Sentence
Let me offer an unbiased opinion.
offered an unbiased judgment of the dancer's performance
Recent Examples of unbiased from the Web
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The fabric of the United States legal system is bound together by every citizen’s right to an unbiased, timely trial.
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Dominic Dorsey, president of Don't Sleep, said the group has been calling for a review from an unbiased third party.
But no unbiased observer could read the vigorous exchange on this topic of late and come away thinking that the objectors are mere cranks.
Common Sense Media is an independent nonprofit organization offering unbiased ratings and trusted advice to help families make smart media and technology choices.
But in a press release, Slosar said the suit’s allegations are supported by an unbiased witness and an autopsy report.
In the film the audience sees her through their own, unbiased eyes.
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Synonym Discussion of unbiased
UNBIASED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unbiased for English Language Learners
: not having or showing an unfair tendency to believe that some people, ideas, etc., are better than others : not biased
UNBIASED Defined for Kids
Definition of unbiased for Students
: free from bias an unbiased opinion
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