disinterest : Definition, Usages, News and More

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dis in tuh ruhst

  • n  tolerance attributable to a lack of involvement

  • But Redacted pretty successfully sustains a dual level of hysteria (in its content) and disinterest (in its film-long framing devices).
  • From the day the concert series was announced by former Vice-President Al Gore, Live Earth had to battle doubt and disinterest.
  • I am trying to portray a posture of disinterest.
News & Articles


  • Ambareesh in Reuters
    Given the debilitating effect of the fiscal and economic crisis on our economy and the apparent disinterest of the United States in dealing decisively with this matter, Antigua and Barbuda may have no other choice but to signal to the WTO that we... Baldwin Spencer http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baldwin_Spencer&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNG3nN_87yVaGU0cxIW0uN45cCPYeg Caribbean360.com http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.caribbean360.com/index.php/news/31024.html&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNH6FrkFQ9ph_wTmJoqfc6m2YRQGAA Jul 7, 2010 28534 37392 disinterest There is disinterest ahead of the holiday season, people don't want to take positions. Most triggers are over for now, there are none in the next fortnight," said Ambareesh Baliga, vice president at Karvy Stock Broking.
  • Harry Reid in Jackson Clarion Ledger
    Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada said Southwick "had an insensitivity to and disinterest in the cause of civil rights."

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