Impartial in a sentence 🔊

Short Sentences for Impartial

1. Is it impartial or partisan? 🔊

2. He would not be impartial in his judgment. 🔊

3. Nature is impartial in the application of its laws. 🔊

4. Even thus was the demon at once impartial to both. 🔊

5. They passed with equal slowness and impartial darkness. 🔊

6. Doomed by the impartial Power to endless rest. 🔊

7. Brian hated and hounded them all with savage and impartial persistence. 🔊

8. Very few impartial men doubted the real meaning of the transaction. 🔊

9. This is an impartial opinion on most Cabinets of the last fifty years. 🔊

10. If he were rigid, he was impartial too, in asserting the laws of England. 🔊

11. It is certainly well for Mr. Burke that there are impartial men in the world. 🔊

How to use Impartial in Sentences?

1. It seems to us that there can be no impartial balance between freedom and slavery. 🔊

2. These charges have all been examined and the evidence sifted, and that by impartial investigators. 🔊

3. This impartial method of division gives every man an equal chance of the best share. 🔊

4. These questions, we think, we may safely submit to the impartial decision of every unbiassed mind. 🔊

5. His being a Protestant was rather a help to him; he could take an impartial view of things. 🔊

6. In short, God is a God of favoritism instead of the impartial God and father of all mankind. 🔊

7. Trainloads of food are moved into the interior and there are distributed with an impartial hand. 🔊

8. It is too much to assume that an advocate can in a moment transform himself into an impartial judge. 🔊

9. And probably even by the best and most impartial judgment only very rough generalisations can be arrived at. 🔊

10. What this gypsy said of the impartial and liberal manner in which he and his kind are received by the farmers is also true. 🔊