Definition of without fear or favour in English:

without fear or favour

Impartially: take all your decisions without fear or favour
More example sentences
  • Judges are supposed to impartially interpret the law without fear or favour.
  • What hidden motivations are there in an oath that states that our judges will pledge themselves to act fairly and impartially, without fear or favour, affection, or ill will?
  • Anyone suspected of criminal behaviour, regardless of who they are, should be subject to investigation, and, if the competent authority deems necessary, should be tried without fear or favour.
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