1. not influenced or affected
    unswayed by personal considerations
    stewed in its petty provincialism untouched by the brisk debates that stirred the old world
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How To Use uninfluenced In A Sentence

  • To assume that the Administration's critics are somehow unaware of, and uninfluenced by, this fact is to ignore a great deal of recent history.
  • It intrigues neither because it definitively shows European influence, nor cultural change uninfluenced by Europe, nor indigenous origins for an exclusionary worldview.
  • In his fantasies, uninfluenced by photographs or paintings, it did. THE GOLDEN LION
  • I find its stance so strange that I have a hard time accepting that they came by it entirely honestly, entirely uninfluenced by more domestic political prejudices.
  • No serious writer on Indian history has been uninfluenced by Marx's writings on India in 1853, and in 1857 on the great popular upheaval against the British called the Indian Mutiny.
  • How could we possibly back up our arguments that what we're doing is untouched and uninfluenced to the point of being able to call it ‘purely Pagan?’
  • He said: ‘The judgment you make is a judgment you must make on the evidence, uninfluenced by the emotion that a case such as this inevitably arouses.’
  • He said: ‘You must make the judgement on the evidence, uninfluenced by the emotion that a case such as this inevitably arouses.’
  • In this respect it differs in important ways from climatic definitions of wider embrace, such as macroclimate and mesoclimate, which are wholly or largely uninfluenced by management.
  • [M] y pamphlet was quite uninfluenced by the teacher, perhaps on this point, indeed, I showed all too great a scrupulosity; from my words one might have thought nobody had ever inquired into the case before, and I was the first to interrogate those who had seen or heard of the mole, the first to correlate the evidence, the first to draw conclusions. Archive 2009-02-01
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