Prepositions after "uninterested"
uninterested in, about, by or with?
|In 95% of cases uninterested in is used|
|Nobody gets uninterested in this show.|
|They were uninterested in our presence.|
|I've been wholly uninterested in the prequals.|
|And he was totally unenthusiastic and uninterested in what Yes were trying to do.|
|It was observed that many young people in Hong Kong are uninterested in the genre.|
|While she and their 13-year-old daughter Sarah were largely uninterested in the U.|
|He saw that they were uninterested in having someone who would show them the way, in having a guide, a leader.|
|He said that Forstall often was uninterested in making improvements that would benefit other group's products.|
|No pro-life person I have ever met is in favor of rape or is uninterested in the woman's rights and wellbeing.|
|It describes senior war planners as having been thoroughly uninterested in the details of the postwar mission.|
|In 1% of cases uninterested about is used|
|Should anybody be uninterested about his future? Will that be a positive value or quality to be celebrated? That I am not interested in my future.|
|I am not sure what has happened in our country, but I see so many young people who are unknowledgeable and uninterested about the rights and duties of citizenship.|
|In 1% of cases uninterested by is used|
|He was bemused but uninterested by the mistake.|
|Enid smiled at him as if she had heard, while Anna looked uninterested by the proceedings.|
|The more complicated the system, the more the ordinary person is ignorant and feels uninterested by the tax system.|
|This carelessness infects the cast who -- bar Beckinsale -- appear as uninterested by events as the audience will be.|
|In 1% of cases uninterested with is used|
|If so uninterested with things out of this planet, the thing may seem novel to you.|
|So I decided to call up and although at first uninterested with my questions he said my return is in the final stages of processing.|
|I must admit here in my first ever blog entry that I have, until now, been completely uninterested with the very notion of a ' blog '.|
|I did it all! I kept busy, acted a bit uninterested with a bit flirtation, now he's pleading for my time with blockout times given beforehand.|
|They are uninterested with objects or animals larger than themselves, they are without fear; they act like big dogs trapped in a little dogs ' body.|
|While he opposes voluntary voting, a problem with making it compulsory is that it forces politicians to pander to the ignorant and uninterested with shrill messages in order to grab their attention.|
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