unemotionally


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un·e·mo·tion·al

 (ŭn′ĭ-mō′shə-nəl)
adj.
1. Not easily stirred or moved in feeling.
2. Involving little or no emotion; rational.

un′e·mo′tion·al·ly adv.

unemotionally

(ˌʌnɪˈməʊʃənəlɪ)
adv
without the expression of strong feeling
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.unemotionally - in an unemotional mannerunemotionally - in an unemotional manner; "the defendant stared unemotionally at the victim's family"
emotionally - in an emotional manner; "at the funeral he spoke emotionally"
Translations

unemotionally

[ˈʌnɪˈməʊʃnəlɪ] ADV to look on unemotionallymirar impasible, mirar sin dejarse afectar

unemotionally

advunbewegt, kühl (pej); say, describe alsonüchtern; state your opinion unemotionallybringen Sie Ihre Meinung sachlich vor

unemotionally

[ˌʌnɪˈməʊʃnəlɪ] adv (see adj) → impassibilmente, in modo distaccato
References in classic literature ?
she said quite unemotionally, as though it was a matter of little moment that a young girl should be upon intimate terms with savage jungle beasts.
I have been unfortunate once," he muttered unemotionally, and turning his back on me he went away, thumping slowly the plank floor as if his feet had been shod with iron.
The Laspara girl on guard rose, and pulled the chair out of the way unemotionally.
Instead, look objectively and unemotionally at the situation and find something you can learn from it or do differently in the future.
paragraph] The change in the chief executive officer's (CEO's) demeanor was palpable as the examiner in charge methodically and unemotionally delivered a litany of significant examination findings that were going to require prompt action by the financial institution.
Yet there is no reason to despair, as long as we examine the question unemotionally.
Instead, they were almost drawled in a homely Stirlingshire accent, unemotionally and coolly by little Scotland captain Billy Bremner.
Teaching and learning are emotional processes: a teacher who communicates the content in an emotional way will be more successful than another who behaves and communicates unemotionally (Ochs, Frasson 2004b).
Tales of teenage boys being buried up to their necks in sand, being urinated upon, tortured and sexually abused were unemotionally confirmed by the inmate guides.
It happened as quickly and as unemotionally as this sentence took to describe it.