unbiasedunbiased | meaning of unbiased in Collins Dictionariesunbiased meaning, definition, what is unbiased: having no bias or prejudice; fair or impartial: Learn more.having no bias or prejudice; fair or impartialWhat does unbiased mean and how do you use unbiased in a sentence?[URL]/unbiased
unˈbiasedly or unˈbiassedlyadverbunˈbiasedness or unˈbiassednessnoun
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(ʌnbaɪəst) also unbiassed
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graded adjective & adjectiveIf you describe someone or something as unbiased, you mean they are fair and not likely to support one particular person or group involved in something. ⇒ There is no clear and unbiased information available for consumers. ⇒ The researchers were expected to be unbiased. ⇒ ...an unbiased jury.
Example sentences containing 'unbiased'
Brian grinned, but wondered if there was an unbiased view of Autumn in the room.Lawson, Jonell ROSES ARE FOR THE RICH`I wasn't asking for an unbiased opinion, but I think you've provided one.Harcourt, Palma DOUBLE DECEITShe knew specialists whose skills she respected in case she needed an unbiased person to verify what she found.Anderson, Kevin J. THE X FILES 3: GROUND ZERO