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Spell check of disinterested

Correct spelling: disinterested

Synonyms:
absent-minded, regardless, wandering, candid, chivalrous, peripheral, cold, equal, equitable, open-handed, uncurious, negligent, free, unprejudiced, absent, outside, preoccupied, evenhanded, liberal, magnanimous, easygoing, impersonal, insouciant, unconscious, detached, thoughtless, unconcerned, apathetic, feelings, faraway, dreamy, free-handed, casual, incurious, bountiful, munificent, insensible, disregardful, unwilling, inadvertent, unmindful, impartial, lukewarm, uninterested, nonchalant, aloof, generous, dispassionate, napping, just, complacent, outer, ignoring, oblivious, noble, uninvolved, attitude, external, surface, indifferent, objective, careless, fair, distracted, open-hearted, perfunctory, square, extrinsic, uninquisitive, uncaring, passive, nonpartisan, befuddled, neutral, fair-minded, pococurante, unbiased, uninfluenced, cool, inattentive, heedless, free-hearted, exterior, concern, half-hearted.

Antonyms:
deceptive, passionate, greedy, covetous, zealous, penurious, arbitrary, mean, ardent, interested, deceitful, dishonest, prejudiced, illiberal, ex parte, concerned, caring, one-sided, unjust, rapacious, petty, conscientious, mindful, partisan, sensitive, distorted, inequitable, parsimonious, attentive, colored, unconscionable, jaundiced, heedful, unsympathetic, keen, partial, fervent, biased, ignoble, parti pris, warm, miserly, niggardly, warped, aware, unreasonable, unfriendly, stingy, nonobjective, warmhearted, close, avaricious.

Examples of usage:

1) " Well, I'm supposed to be disinterested in this," said Mr. Spokesly with a slight smile. - "Command", William McFee.

2) How are you enabled to appreciate a poem by knowing Kant's erroneous theory that the appreciation of beauty is impersonal and disinterested? - "The Literature of Ecstasy", Albert Mordell.

3) Your adjustment offer on my hospital bill, under the circumstances, would seem fair to any disinterested person. - "Epistles-from-Pap-Letters-from-the-man-known-as-The-Will-Rogers-of-Indiana", Durham, Andrew Everett.

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