- uninterested (adj.)
- 1640s, "unbiased," from un- (1) "not" + past participle of interest (v.). It later meant "disinterested" (1660s); sense of "unconcerned, indifferent" is recorded from 1771. This is the correct word for what often is miscalled disinterested.
- 1. Mrs Trollope was sublimely uninterested in what she herself wore.
- 2. Denis tried to look nonchalant and uninterested.
- 3. He was totally uninterested in sport.
- 4. We shall be uninterested to hear about it.
- 5. I'm uninterested in classical architecture.
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