unimpassioned


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un·im·pas·sioned

(ŭn′ĭm-păsh′ənd)
adj.
Not impassioned; marked by a reasonable approach totally devoid of emotional influence or appeal: answered the charges with an unimpassioned defense.

unimpassioned

(ˌʌnɪmˈpæʃənd)
adj
literary not filled with passion or affected by strong emotion
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unimpassioned - free from emotional appeal; marked by reasonableness; "answered with an unimpassioned defense"; "the unimpassioned intellect"
passionless - not passionate; "passionless observation of human nature"
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unimpassioned

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Her Pearl -- for so had Hester called her; not as a name expressive of her aspect, which had nothing of the calm, white, unimpassioned lustre that would be indicated by the comparison.
What had been the engrossing world had dissolved into an uninteresting outer dumb-show; while here, in this apparently dim and unimpassioned place, novelty had volcanically started up, as it had never, for him, started up elsewhere.
Then she spoke, and though the words were few, the unimpassioned tone carried unfathomable depths of cold contempt.
We'll have plenty without it" was Marilla's unimpassioned way of looking at the subject.
But listen,' said she, smilingly putting up her finger to check my impatient reply: 'in six months you shall hear from Frederick precisely where I am; and if you still retain your wish to write to me, and think you can maintain a correspondence all thought, all spirit - such as disembodied souls or unimpassioned friends, at least, might hold, - write, and I will answer you.
That cold, clear, unimpassioned statement from one who knew every detail of their lives, their organization, and their crimes was unshaken by all the wiles of their defenders.
Prosperous men take a little vengeance now and then, as they take a diversion, when it comes easily in their way, and is no hindrance to business; and such small unimpassioned revenges have an enormous effect in life, running through all degrees of pleasant infliction, blocking the fit men out of places, and blackening characters in unpremeditated talk.
Negotiations will be unimpassioned yet optimistic, and feelings are not as important as results.
Another masterpiece of Czech music--Smetana's duets From My Homeland--is also delightful to listen to as conceived by Spacek in a humble, unimpassioned, refined manner and delivered with a number of delicate nuances.
25) Beckett's Endgame seems to be shorn of any "good"; sarvam duhkham (universal suffering)--the classically elemental unimpassioned ritual of agony--permeates every crevice of the play.