Example sentences for: impartial

How can you use “impartial” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • The Los Angeles Times , in its front-page story on the decision, high up and succinctly describes the significance: moving Starr "one step closer to obtaining testimony from perhaps the last impartial and credible witnesses in his investigation."

  • While a mediocre athlete (such as Gore) often regards the referees as impartial arbiters to be respected, a superior athlete (such as Bradley) will treat them as fallible foes who can be manipulated into rendering favorable decisions.

  • The paper called for "an impartial inquiry" into UNSCOM and the dismissal of chief arms inspector Richard Butler, "whose record with Iraq has lacked honesty, to say the least."

  • A column on the Ritter resignation by the Post 's Jim Hoagland claims, citing impartial sources, that U.S. resistance to the U.N. inspection effort went so far as to include the CIA's successful undoing of a Ritter plan to deliver to the U.N. 120 prohibited Russian missile gyroscopes earmarked for Iraq.

  • Maenius with great spirit squandered all The inheritance he had from his father and mother, And so became an extra man and sponger, A parasite with no fixed place of his own, Who when he needed a dinner would gladly dine out On vicious scandal he spread with impartial justice About both friend and foe.


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