Language Refresher 99: Disinterested vs Uninterested

Quick and Dirty Tips gave the following rules that will help us learn how to use Disinterested vs Uninterested.



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a. Disinterested: 

“Disinterested” is an adjective which means “impartial, unbiased, or has no stake in the outcome.”

Ex. The ex-wife can hardly be considered a disinterested party.


b. Uninterested:

“Uninterested” is an adjective that means “bored, unconcerned, or indifferent.”

Ex. Squiggly couldn’t help yawning; he was uninterested in fishing stories.


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