Definition of uninterested in English:

uninterested

Line breaks: un|inter¦est¦ed
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈɪnt(ə)rɪstɪd
 
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adjective

Not interested in or concerned about something or someone: I was totally uninterested in boys an uninterested voice
More example sentences
  • The comedian shakes my hand briefly, but seems distant and uninterested.
  • She would often ring him and have nothing much to say or even sound bored and uninterested on the phone.
  • But if you're bored of the hype and uninterested in the gossip, there's always the music.
Synonyms

Usage

On the meaning and use of uninterested and disinterested, see disinterested (usage).

Derivatives

uninterestedly

adverb
More example sentences
  • The attendant watched uninterestedly; drugs were common on Khao San Road.
  • I glanced down uninterestedly at the small smear of blood on my left foot and shrugged before replying.
  • ‘The Constitution,’ he stated, almost uninterestedly.

uninterestedness

noun
More example sentences
  • So, yea, the next portion of the entry was slated for earlier publication but due to my uninterestedness in blogging during the hectic exam period, I pushed it back until now.
  • Peter is aware of my uninterestedness in the general proceedings.
  • Maybe what was being tested was the total uninterestedness of the American public.

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