nonhysterical

nonhysterical

(ˌnɒnhɪˈstɛrɪkəl)
adj
not hysterical or funnynot related to hysteria
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Their formerly invisible, contested disease, which doctors had been able to diagnose only by taking a woman's word for it, was now gloriously real on objective, nonhysterical, nonhormonal computer screens, which showed brain chemistry changing during an attack.
Such unadornedness was very fresh at that moment in American poetry; it modeled an unmannered and nonhysterical attention to inner life, to the natural world and the spiritual dimension of the self.
It's a point of view at odds with the administration line, but the argument is presented in a nonhysterical way that invites debate.
With some simple, nonhysterical math, the "lavish extras" funds total a whopping 0.
To me, the really awesome thing about it is that the president of the United States is using nie to provide accurate and reliable and -- I don't know how to put it -- nonhysterical information about the y2k problem," says Betty L.
Exposed to the nonhysterical prose style of the Manchester Guardian (with whom the Sun shared an office), Baker purged his copy of journalistic cliches like "tense world capital" and "behind closed doors" and developed the gently ironic, unaffected voice that graces his columns today.