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im·par·tial

 (ĭm-pär′shəl)
adj.
Not partial or biased; unprejudiced. See Synonyms at fair1.

im′par·ti·al′i·ty (-shē-ăl′ĭ-tē), im·par′tial·ness n.
im·par′tial·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.impartially - in an impartial manner; "he smiled at them both impartially"
Translations
بِنزاهَةٍ، بدون انْحِياز
nestranně
pártatlanul
hlutlaust
nestranne
bîtaraf olaraktarafsızlıkla

impartially

[ɪmˈpɑːʃəlɪ] ADVimparcialmente, con imparcialidad

impartially

[ɪmˈpɑːrʃəli] adv [judge, act] → impartialement

impartially

adv actunparteiisch; judgeunvoreingenommen

impartially

[ɪmˈpɑːʃəlɪ] advcon imparzialità

impartial

(imˈpaːʃəl) adjective
not favouring one person etc more than another. an impartial judge.
imˈpartially adverb
imˌpartiˈality (-ʃiˈӕ-) noun
References in classic literature ?
The father embraced them both, and bestowing his kisses and affection impartially on each, said, "I wish you both would look into the mirror every day: you, my son, that you may not spoil your beauty by evil conduct; and you, my daughter, that you may make up for your lack of beauty by your virtues."
And then, if one examines impartially the deeds of violence, they appear of but small consequence.
However imperfectly those disturbances are set forth in the following pages, they are impartially painted by one who has no sympathy with the Romish Church, though he acknowledges, as most men do, some esteemed friends among the followers of its creed.
CA and AB), so that I shall contemplate the two impartially, and both will appear of the same size.
Lamai fought pitched battles with his brothers and sisters for teasing Jerry, and these battles invariably culminated in Lenerengo taking a hand and impartially punishing all her progeny.
If, in the maiden days of the Dodson sisters, their Bibles opened more easily at some parts than others, it was because of dried tulip-petals, which had been distributed quite impartially, without preference for the historical, devotional, or doctrinal.
The sweet scents of the summer night rose all around him, and rose, as the rain falls, impartially, on the dusty, ragged, and toil-worn group at the fountain not far away; to whom the mender of roads, with the aid of the blue cap without which he was nothing, still enlarged upon his man like a spectre, as long as they could bear it.
The decision is to be impartially made, according to the rules of the Constitution; and all the usual and most effectual precautions are taken to secure this impartiality.
"John Carter," he cried, "take your place upon the Pedestal of Truth to be judged impartially according to your acts and here to know the reward you have earned thereby." Then turning to and fro toward the audience he narrated the acts upon the value of which my reward was to be determined.
He had also a considerable facetiousness, which he exercised impartially on the patients and on the students.
"I can't speak impartially; I dislike Miss de Sor."
He ate men and cattle impartially, and was exceedingly unpopular.