dispassionately


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dis·pas·sion·ate

 (dĭs-păsh′ə-nĭt)
adj.
Not influenced by strong feelings or emotions; impartial: a dispassionate reporter.

dis·pas′sion·ate·ly adv.
dis·pas′sion·ate·ness n.
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Adv.1.dispassionately - in an impartially dispassionate manner; "although he was looking at the other girl, he did so dispassionately"
Translations

dispassionately

[dɪsˈpæʃnɪtlɪ] ADVde modo desapasionado, sin apasionamientos

dispassionately

[dɪsˈpæʃənətli] adv
(= impartially) → objectivement
(= coldly) → froidement

dispassionately

adv (= impartially)unvoreingenommen, objektiv; (= unemotionally)unbewegt, leidenschaftslos

dispassionately

[dɪsˈpæʃnɪtlɪ] adv (without bias) → spassionatamente, in modo imparziale; (unemotionally) → con calma
References in classic literature ?
If such men will make a firm and solemn pause, and meditate dispassionately on the importance of this interesting idea; if they will contemplate it in all its attitudes, and trace it to all its consequences, they will not hesitate to part with trivial objections to a Constitution, the rejection of which would in all probability put a final period to the Union.
It was impossible to make the confession more dispassionately, or in a tone less encouraging to the vanity of the person addressed.
Honest as these men's intentions may have been, they were full of partialities and prejudices, they entered the country with their verdicts already prepared, and they could no more write dispassionately and impartially about it than they could about their own wives and children.
For, though Tarzan of the Apes was a killer of men and of beasts, he killed as the hunter kills, dispassionately, except on those rare occasions when he had killed for hate--though not the brooding, malevolent hate which marks the features of its own with hideous lines.
We've got six dogs," the other reiterated dispassionately.
I rather fancy, m'lady,' said Wrench, dispassionately, 'that the animal is about to hurl a plate.
Successful, at last, in awakening an interest in his favour, and an inclination to inquire more dispassionately into his case, they had had an interview with the minister, in his bed, so late as eight o'clock that morning.
said the auctioneer, playing with his seals dispassionately.
Now let me hear, dispassionately and calmly, what are this young lady's qualifications for the office.
Regarding himself as the prophet of a supremely important new gospel, he never admitted the possibility of error in his own point of view and was never able to stand aside from his poetry and criticise it dispassionately.
Receive, coldly and dispassionately, every attention, till you have ascertained and duly considered the worth of the aspirant; and let your affections be consequent upon approbation alone.
Yes, Monsieur le Marquis," she said dispassionately, in her usual calm tone of a reasonable old woman.