Definition of 'disinterest'
Example sentences containing 'disinterest'
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Stephanie said she didn't mind and gazed out of the window, feigning disinterest. CHAMELEON (2002)My daughter, on the other hand, manifests an altogether remarkable disinterest ," he chuckled. DREAMS OF INNOCENCE (2002)She looked across with half-lidded eyes of total disinterest. A DARKENING STAIN (2002)
Trends of 'disinterest'
Used Occasionally. disinterest is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'disinterest'
British English: disinterest NOUN
If there is disinterest in something, people are not interested in it.
The fact that the country has no oil seems to explain foreign disinterest in its internal affairs.
Definition of disinterest from the Collins English Dictionary
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