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impartial
used in Persuasion

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without favoritism or bias
  • It was in one of these short meetings, each apparently occupied in admiring a fine display of greenhouse plants, that she said— "I have been thinking over the past, and trying impartially to judge of the right and wrong, I mean with regard to myself; and I must believe that I was right, much as I suffered from it, that I was perfectly right in being guided by the friend whom you will love better than you do now.
    Chapter 23 (93% in)

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