Disinterested means not interested. When you say that someone is disinterested in something, you mean that they are not interested in or excited about it.

  • She was disinterested in the movie, and she didn't care about the plot.

  • He was disinterested in the topic of the discussion, and he didn't seem to care about what was going on.

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Example Sentences for disinterested

  • 1

    There was a genuine fear and disinterest in the railway.

  • 2

    It is neutral and offers the facts in a disinterested tone.

  • 3

    Is the synthesized author of the wiki actually disinterested

  • 4

    Disinterest in GA is both understandable and salutary.

  • 5

    Disinterest then begins to build amongst the students.

  • 6

    Disinterest, or rather an unwillingness to be interested, is the cause of this.

  • 7

    I think the disinterest in the first nomination was justified.

  • 8

    Thanks again for the refreshing perspective and disinterested neutrality.

  • 9

    I don't see disinterest in the case as a problem.

  • 10

    Folks were unaccustomed to using disinterested style.