Definition of disinterestedly in English:

disinterestedly

Pronunciation /disˈintrəstədlē/ /dɪsˈɪntrəstədli/ /disˈin(t)əˌrestədlē/ /dɪsˈɪn(t)əˌrɛstədli/

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adverb

See disinterested

‘I saw a number of people crying at the veterans’ rally, and a number of people drifting around disinterestedly.’
  • ‘With no selfish motive, or desire to be awarded here or hereafter, quite disinterestedly have I devoted my life to the cause of independence, because I could not do otherwise.’
  • ‘Even as Manuel reprimanded them during his speech, many sat there disinterestedly, napped or kept busy with other things.’
  • ‘American foreign policy has rarely been disinterestedly philanthropic.’
  • ‘I sighed and studied my pencil disinterestedly.’