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American Dictionary of the English Language

Webster's Dictionary 1828

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Impartial


IMP'ARTIAL, adjective [in and partial, from part, Latin pars.]

1. Not partial; not biased in favor of one party more than another; indifferent; unprejudiced; disinterested; as an impartial judge or arbitrator.

2. Not favoring one party more than another; equitable; just; as an impartial judgment or decision; an impartial opinion.