unjaundiced


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unjaundiced

(ʌnˈdʒɔːndɪst)
adj
not bitter, jealous, or affected by prejudice or hostile feelings
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unjaundiced

adj (geh)unvoreingenommen
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Reborn, he sees the world with fresh eyes--and this unjaundiced, newly fledged perspective on the landscape he travels through is shared with the viewer.
Thankfully a few insightful, sympathetic, principled, talented, scribes remain, who present a balanced, unjaundiced view.
Whilst no one can argue against the sentiment, I suspect that the conditions he describes and the extent of them are more a reflection of his own prejudices rather than the result of objective observation and unjaundiced analysis of what he infers is a significant, widespread problem.
Early Use of ERCP in Acute Biliary Pancreatitis with(out) Jaundice: An Unjaundiced View.
Yet one thing more: it bears reaffirming that when I lived in America, my views about our Jewish God-fearers were unjaundiced and nothing if not benign.
Maticevic sizes up matters with an unjaundiced eye, helping all of his subjects to move past petty recriminations and focus on the most positive possible outcomes.
Herbert brings a bracingly unjaundiced eye to such well-known (though perhaps underanalyzed) histories as Charles Bali's History of the Indian Mutiny [1859-1860] while also scrutinizing more obscure texts such as Vivian Dering Majendie's extraordinary firsthand account of the conquest of Lucknow, Up Among the Pandies [1859].
Wilkoff's column, and once again, I find myself cheering in the bleachers ("The Unjaundiced Eye," Letters From Maine, November 2006, p.