1 It is impossible for me to be impartial.
2 But my feelings are not only cordial towards him; they are even impartial towards Miss King.
3 I did not believe her to be indifferent because I wished it; I believed it on impartial conviction, as truly as I wished it in reason.
4 Here then, from three impartial witnesses, I had a deliberate statement of the entire case.
5 Had there been one there sufficiently disengaged to become a close observer, he might have fancied that the services of the young chief were not entirely impartial.
6 The justice of the court is supreme and impartial as that of God; it will not suffer you to be trampled on by your enemies without giving you an opportunity of defending yourself.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre DumasContext Highlight In Chapter 86. The Trial.
7 On the contrary, in fact, I think I can say even more than her because I'm relatively impartial.
The Trial By Franz KafkaContext Highlight In Chapter Four Miss Bürstner's Friend
8 Locksley now proceeded to the distribution of the spoil, which he performed with the most laudable impartiality.
9 'Serious objections,' remarked the Provincial Mayor, with an air of impartiality, turning towards the Time Traveller.
10 Miss Bart accepted this exhortation in a spirit of the purest impartiality.
11 I was again astonished, for he addressed himself to the question with the impartiality of the completest sanity; he even took himself as an example when he mentioned certain things.
12 had become in the bank and how its second most important official seemed to value his friendship, or at least his impartiality.
The Trial By Franz KafkaContext Highlight In Chapter Two First Cross-examination
13 Bea, the chubby and humming Bea, impartially gave cookies and scoldings to both children, and if Carol refused a cup of coffee and a wafer of buttered knackebrod, she was desolated.
14 It shows us what a beautiful thing human nature may be made to be; and how impartially the same amiable qualities are developed in the finest lord and the dirtiest charity-boy.
15 Leaning against the fireplace Stephen heard him greet briskly and impartially every Student of the class and could almost see the frank smiles of the coarser students.
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man By James JoyceContext Highlight In Chapter 5