(1) So, there's been no break, no lull for people to get disinterested in it.(2) Ray McKinnon, who had looked disinterested for much of the first half, began to boss the midfield and a winner for the home side didn't look impossible.(3) There is no reason why the relevant disinterested person should not be found elsewhere within the company or, indeed, outside it.(4) I think that, you know, going back to that other point, people may be disinterested .(5) I phone roughly 150 people and get one ├ö├ç├┐maybe├ö├ç├û from a rather disinterested member.(6) As a family friend with no further ambitions, he was able to offer disinterested advice to the inexperienced future president.(7) There were three disinterested people at the other end of the platform, waiting for a train.(8) Governments in Australia need to be interested in productivity but they appear fundamentally disinterested .(9) With this new and bold initiative, we have shown to the world that Indian women are not politically passive or disinterested in public life.(10) That part is selfless, both in the sense of being disinterested and in the sense of being detached from personal feeling.(11) Small wonder younger people are so disinterested in serving the community.(12) An adjudicator must be, and must be seen to be, disinterested , unbiased and impartial.(13) He argued that Carson, while claiming to be a disinterested patriot, was defending the private interests of profiteering firms.(14) Now, this notion of disinterested advice may also repay a claimant's examination.(15) In all fairness, it would also seem that an objective, disinterested party should review the current planning and its impact on such history.(16) If you are utterly disinterested in your neighbor's sexuality, your indifference is not oppression.