disinterested vs. uninterested
- when I grow tired or disinterested in anything, I experience a disgust
- —Jack London, letter, 1914
Examples of uninterested in a Sentence
the teacher decided to make a career change after having to teach yet another class of uninterested teens
Recent Examples of uninterested from the Web
Trump is notoriously uninterested in details, so Pompeo has shortened the material and reportedly avoids critical issues such as Russian interference in U.S. interests, which might anger the boss.
In the moments leading up to his initial court appearance Wednesday, Baumgardt seemed agitated and uninterested in the proceedings.
Playing defense is what Chicago does — rocking forward on its heels, fists up, even as the rest of the nation goes about its business, uninterested.
For D’Amico, the liberal-arts professors who are uninterested in making their instruction more practical are simply out of touch.
Republican lawmakers seem uninterested in plans to raise the age to buy all guns to 21.
The board is totally incompetent and uninterested in keeping the youngsters.
Their views clashed in Trump's frenetic, distracted, uninterested mind.
Even worse off are Pyeongchang's bobsleigh track, ski jump hill and the biathlon and cross-country skiing venues, which were built for sports South Koreans are largely uninterested in.
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First Known Use of uninterested
UNINTERESTED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of uninterested for English Language Learners
: not wanting to learn more about something or become involved in something : not interested
UNINTERESTED Defined for Kids
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