disinterestedly : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r without bias; without selfish motives
he decided the case disinterestedly
- Realizing that she was too old for him, she resolved to sacrifice herself, told him (falsely) that she was his mother, and projected him disinterestedly into the arms of young .
- For three taut hours, as sweating scientists clustered around tracking screens and feverishly processed telemetry data, Radio Moscow disinterestedly played ballet music.
- But having accepted a neutral's responsibility on an international commission, he was presumably bound to judge the case disinterestedly on its merits.
- Walter Lippmann in Yahoo! News
Years ago, the columnist Walter Lippmann wrote that the "public interest may be presumed to be what men would choose if they saw clearly, thought rationally, acted disinterestedly and benevolently."