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unbiased

(ŭn-bī′ĭst)
1. Neutral; impartial; uninfluenced.
2. Scientifically randomized.
References in classic literature ?
Fortunate indeed are those in which there is combined a little good and a little bad, a little knowledge of many things outside their own callings, a capacity for love and a capacity for hate, for such as these can look with tolerance upon all, unbiased by the egotism of him whose head is so heavy on one side that all his brains run to that point.
He found the essence of Hellenism expressed in a phrase which he took from Swift, 'Sweetness and Light,' interpreting Sweetness to mean the love of Beauty, material and spiritual, and Light, unbiased intelligence; and he urged that these forces be allowed to have the freest play.
Apparently he had struck Mr Shute, an unbiased spectator, as gloomy.
Who can thus avoid all pledges and, having observed, observe again from the same unaffected, unbiased, unbribable, unaffrighted innocence,-- must always be formidable.
It will be a first impression, and first impressions are always unbiased, unprejudiced, fresh, vivid.
Many pensioners may be feeling the pinch because they don't claim pension credits, says research from Unbiased.
This allows it to be truly unbiased when displaying products on the site because advertising is free to sellers.
The framework defines auditor independence as "freedom from those factors that compromise, or can reasonably be expected to compromise, an auditor's ability to make unbiased audit decisions.
We don't sell supplements, so you can rely on us for independent, unbiased information about both the benefits and the risks.
Are oil and gas forward prices unbiased estimates of oil and gas prices in the future?