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[ UK /ʌnˈɪntəɹəstɪd/ ]
[ US /əˈnɪntɹəstɪd/ ]
  1. not having or showing interest
    an uninterested spectator
  2. having no care or interest in knowing
    she appeared totally uninterested
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How To Use uninterested In A Sentence

  • Apathetic patients become unmotivated and uninterested in their surroundings.
  • At school, Sayle was unacademic, uninterested and usually in trouble.
  • It shows how uninterested capitalism is in preserving, prolonging, or improving human life.
  • Finally he spoke in a forced casual tone, causing her to turn, making his voice as flat and uninterested as possible.
  • But the uninterested and the unmoved are massing everywhere.
  • The councillor found the pupils quite uninterested at first as they didn't seem to realise that the work of the council affects them.
  • No parent is going to bare their soul to an uninterested, cool, busy professional.
  • Add to that the lingering effects of injuries, and the defending Pacific champion looked sluggish and uninterested.
  • Mrs Trollope was sublimely uninterested in what she herself wore.
  • For a certain portion of the passengers had the unmistakable excursion air: the half-jocular manner towards each other, the local facetiousness which is so offensive to uninterested fellow-travelers, that male obsequiousness about ladies 'shawls and reticules, the clumsy pretense of gallantry with each other's wives, the anxiety about the company luggage and the company health. Baddeck, and That Sort of Thing
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