If you're in a contest you'd better hope the judges are impartial, that is, that they aren't biased toward one competitor over another.
When someone's partial to something they take its part. Impartial means no part has yet been taken. In most high school elections, teachers strive to create an impartial atmosphere, to keep it from appearing to be a popularity contest.
Short description: not supporting any of the sides involved in an argument
Word form: adjectives
- We offer impartial advice on tax and insurance.
- They filled out questionnaires last week, and on Tuesday attorneys will use their responses to gauge whether they can be impartial.
- The story was honest, it was impartial, and it lived up to the newspaper’s motto.
*New word description, story and part of "EXAMPLE SENTENCE" are cited in Vocabulary
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