/ʌnˈɪn tər ə stɪd, -trə stɪd, -təˌrɛs tɪd/
having or showing no feeling of interest; indifferent.
not personally concerned in something.
Can be confused
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At the other extreme is the candidate who seems uninterested.
Wiry stems make the plants less subject to breakage than petunias, and tobacco budworms seem uninterested in foliage and flowers.
He was impulsive and uninterested in work or family.
But many are unavailable, unhelpful, and uninterested in anyone's work but their own.
Some may also be uninterested in formal political representation.
Nor was it the case that students were uninterested in the programme.
So it may be asking a lot of clubs to market an obviously uninterested sector.
The public, which had been largely uninterested in the shenanigans to that point, was revolted.
Those who read this book now are uninterested in expanding their knowledge with things that would remind one of school learning.
She veers wildly from being impatient, uninterested and unable to concentrate on anything for.
They ended up marrying, though they were politically and personally uninterested in doing so.
The folkies were hardly uninterested in the jazz they heard all around them, on records as well as in the clubs.
But no craftsman or professional can be completely uninterested in seeing how he measures up against past standards of excellence.
The media, and by extension the general public, are woefully uninterested in scientific endeavor.
My supervisors were supremely uninterested in public performance of any sort.
The public is understandably confused or uninterested.
They're not basing their positions on the facts-they're completely uninterested in the facts.
Subpoena's must be served by an uninterested third party.
So if they're not in there, they are either uninterested or unregistered.
During the next two years, he earned a living in miscellaneous ways while sending poems to uninterested editors.
While you must keep your responses neutral, you don't want to sound bored or uninterested.
Uninterested students and a wide range of academic abilities challenge teachers in all three countries.