Dis*in"ter*est (?), p. a.

Disinterested.

[Obs.]

The measures they shall walk by shall be disinterest and even. Jer. Taylor.

 

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Dis*in"ter*est, n.

1.

What is contrary to interest or advantage; disadvantage.

[Obs.]

Glanvill.

2.

Indifference to profit; want of regard to private advantage; disinterestedness.

[Obs.]

Johnson.

 

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Dis*in"ter*est, v. t.

To divest of interest or interested motives.

[Obs.]

Feltham.

 

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