neutrality

[noo-tral-i-tee, nyoo-]
noun
1.
the state of being neutral.
2.
the policy or status of a nation that does not participate in a war between other nations: the continuous neutrality of Switzerland.
3.
neutral status, as of a seaport during a war.

Origin:
1425–75; late Middle English; see neutral, -ity

antineutrality, noun
nonneutrality, noun
semineutrality, noun
unneutrality, noun
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neutrality (njuːˈtrælɪtɪ)
 
n
1.  the state or character of being neutral, esp in a dispute, contest, etc
2.  the condition of being chemically or electrically neutral

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neutrality
1480, "the neutral party in any dispute," from M.Fr. neutralite, from M.L. neutralitatem (nom. neutralitas), from L. neutralis (see neutral). Introduced in Fr. 14c. by Jean Froissart. Meaning "a neutral attitude" is from 1494.
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Example sentences
Second, network neutrality regulations are largely a solution in search of a
  problem.
While he attempts to present an objective view, his neutrality falters in his
  concluding paragraph.
Net neutrality attempts to fix a price for a good that would otherwise rise a
  fall with a market.
Panelists exchanged comments, which were kept anonymous to maintain survey
  neutrality during the rating process.
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