- gray; without hue; of zero chroma; achromatic.
- matching well with many or most other colors or shades, as white or beige.
- (of a particle) having no charge.
- (of an atom, molecule, collection of particles, fluid, or solid) having no net charge; electroneutral; not electrified.
- not magnetized.
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A key principle of Wikipedia was that articles should have a neutral point of view.
The U.N. agency that runs schools and hospitals in Gaza is supposed to be neutral.
Putin preys on the fact that the West thinks money and sport are neutral, or at least civilizing influences.
Like African-American civil rights leaders, they have made not just a neutral case but a positive moral case for equality.Ten Reasons Women Are Losing While Gays Keep Winning |Jay Michaelson |July 6, 2014 |DAILY BEAST
It is not even that neutral observers were, by the end, rooting for the same, cynical Italy.Luis Suarez, Uruguay’s Notorious Soccer Vampire, Strikes Again—Biting Italian in World Cup Win |Tunku Varadarajan |June 24, 2014 |DAILY BEAST
Then there were long strings of neutral days when you did not think well of life, or ill of it.Steel |Charles Rumford Walker
To him Agno was a neutral sort of person, a person who did not count.Jerry of the Islands |Jack London
This new principle of international law related to the rights of merchant vessels belonging to neutral powers in time of war.The American Revolution |John Fiske
When the weather is dull, the Normans have a sober English sky, abounding in Indian ink and neutral tint.Account of a Tour in Normandy, Vol. I. (of 2) |Dawson Turner
I suffered the fate of most neutral powers, and succeeded in arousing the suspicions of both belligerents.The Sixth Sense |Stephen McKenna