impersonally


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im·per·son·al

 (ĭm-pûr′sə-nəl)
adj.
1. Lacking personality; not being a person: an impersonal force.
2.
a. Showing no emotion or personality: an aloof, impersonal manner.
b. Having no personal reference or connection: an impersonal remark.
c. Not responsive to or expressive of human personalities: a large, impersonal corporation.
3. Grammar
a. Of, relating to, or being a verb that expresses the action of an unspecified subject, as in methinks, "it seems to me"; Latin pluit, "it rains"; or, with an expletive subject, it snowed.
b. Indefinite. Used of pronouns.

im·per′son·al′i·ty (-sə-năl′ĭ-tē) n.
im·per′son·al·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.impersonally - without warmth; "he treated his patients impersonally"
personally - in a personal way; "he took her comments personally"
2.impersonally - in an impersonal manner; "when I told him about Russ I found it difficult to speak impersonally"
Translations
بِصورَة غير شخصِيَّه
neosobně
személytelenül
ópersónulega
neosobne
kişiye yönelik olmaksızın

impersonally

[ɪmˈpɜːsnəlɪ] ADVimpersonalmente, de manera impersonal

impersonally

impersonally

[ɪmˈpɜːsnlɪ] advimpersonalmente

impersonal

(imˈpəːsənl) adjective
1. not showing, or being affected by, personal feelings. His manner was formal and impersonal.
2. (of a verb) having a subject which does not refer to a person, thing etc. In the sentence `It snowed last night', `snowed' is an example of an impersonal verb.
imˈpersonally adverb
imˌpersoˈnality (-ˈna-) noun
References in classic literature ?
He had accepted her impersonally along with the office furnishing, the office boy, Morrison, the chief, confidential, and only clerk, and all the rest of the accessories of a superman's gambling place of business.
The man winced a little at the tone of her voice; but his own voice was still impersonally cool when he spoke again.
Because I think you speak the truth," she said, searching him for proof of this apparently, with eyes now almost impersonally direct.
Quite impersonally, she found herself wondering if Charley Long were as strong as Billy.
Kim breathed the proverb impersonally to the shadow-tops of the trees overhead.
She dropped her chin on her breast and from under her straight eyebrows the deep blue eyes remained fixed on me, impersonally, as if without thought.
It is scarcely decorous,however, to speak all, even where we speak impersonally.
Cynicism: "I feel I look after certain patients impersonally, as if they are objects.
The idea that such questions admit of an impersonally correct and compelling resolution is simply false.
Classical act consequentialism claims that agents are always required to bring about the impersonally best outcome, or, to put it in more technical terms, that an agent is required to do what she has most reason to do, and that the strength of a reason for action is a function of the value that the action would bring about.
Up until the time that tiny newborn baby died of starvation I took my pro-life commitment very seriously but impersonally.
For Swinburne, Heisinger shows, the ballad offered a form of impersonally inflected song as distinct from lyric as it was from the domesticated ballads of other nineteenth-century editors and poets.