uninterested

Uninterested vs Void - What's the difference?

uninterested | void | Related terms |

Uninterested is a related term of void.


As adjectives the difference between uninterested and void

is that uninterested is (obsolete) unmotivated by personal interest; unbiased, disinterested while void is containing nothing; empty; vacant; not occupied; not filled.

As a noun void is

an empty space; a vacuum or void can be .

As a verb void is

(label) to make invalid or worthless.

Uninterested vs Cursory - What's the difference?

uninterested | cursory | Related terms |

Uninterested is a related term of cursory.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between uninterested and cursory

is that uninterested is (obsolete) unmotivated by personal interest; unbiased, disinterested while cursory is (obsolete) running about; not stationary.

As adjectives the difference between uninterested and cursory

is that uninterested is (obsolete) unmotivated by personal interest; unbiased, disinterested while cursory is hasty; superficial; careless.

Uninterested vs Game - What's the difference?

uninterested | game |


As adjectives the difference between uninterested and game

is that uninterested is (obsolete) unmotivated by personal interest; unbiased, disinterested while game is (colloquial) willing to participate.

As a noun game is

a playful or competitive activity.

As a verb game is

to gamble.

Uninterested vs Insouciant - What's the difference?

uninterested | insouciant | Related terms |

Uninterested is a related term of insouciant.


As adjectives the difference between uninterested and insouciant

is that uninterested is (obsolete) unmotivated by personal interest; unbiased, disinterested while insouciant is carefree, nonchalant, indifferent; casually unconcerned.

Blase vs Uninterested - What's the difference?

blase | uninterested | Related terms |

Blase is a related term of uninterested.


As a verb blase

is to blow.

As an adjective uninterested is

(obsolete) unmotivated by personal interest; unbiased, disinterested.

Impartial vs Uninterested - What's the difference?

impartial | uninterested | Related terms |

Impartial is a related term of uninterested.


As adjectives the difference between impartial and uninterested

is that impartial is treating all parties, rivals, or disputants equally; not partial; not biased; fair while uninterested is (obsolete) unmotivated by personal interest; unbiased, disinterested.

Noninterest vs Uninterested - What's the difference?

noninterest | uninterested |


As adjectives the difference between noninterest and uninterested

is that noninterest is not of or pertaining to interest (additional amount repaid as a fraction of money or goods borrowed) while uninterested is (obsolete) unmotivated by personal interest; unbiased, disinterested.

Easygoing vs Uninterested - What's the difference?

easygoing | uninterested | Related terms |

Easygoing is a related term of uninterested.


As adjectives the difference between easygoing and uninterested

is that easygoing is (of a person) calm, relaxed, casual and informal while uninterested is (obsolete) unmotivated by personal interest; unbiased, disinterested.

Unruffled vs Uninterested - What's the difference?

unruffled | uninterested | Related terms |

Unruffled is a related term of uninterested.


As adjectives the difference between unruffled and uninterested

is that unruffled is calm, not ruffled, serene, at peace, unbothered while uninterested is (obsolete) unmotivated by personal interest; unbiased, disinterested.

Hardhearted vs Uninterested - What's the difference?

hardhearted | uninterested | Related terms |

Hardhearted is a related term of uninterested.


As adjectives the difference between hardhearted and uninterested

is that hardhearted is lacking in compassion; cold and pitiless while uninterested is (obsolete) unmotivated by personal interest; unbiased, disinterested.

Pages