impassionate

Related to impassionate: impassioned

impassionate

(ɪmˈpæʃənɪt)
adj
impassioned
References in classic literature ?
So grey, so slow, so quiet, so impassionate, so very bumpy in the head, Patriarch was the word for him.
So Chen wrote an impassionate response titled "See New Plays and Follow New Fads" (kan xinju yu xue xinchao) to defend his honor, blaming his premature exit on the level of acting (too amateurish
It is a difficult exercise to draw an objective, impassionate line of severity that identifies lives that should not be brought into being.
The Department of Science and Technology (DST) and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) have made an impassionate plea to industry to help improve access to quality sanitation in South Africa.
He made an impassionate plea for a humanistic view of the issues that Pakistan confronted.
Her impassionate plea to be Miss Universe in order to be a voice for the youth and speak up for timely and relevant causes to the Philippines was a throwback and homage to the golden age of pageants.
16) In his impassionate book, Climate of Fear, presented first as a series of lectures for the prestigious Reith Lectures at Oxford University, Soyinka alarms his English audience that "We have to speak to religion
He criticizes them for being impassionate, false, affected; and the style of the Romantic literature for having pretentious phraseology, for being insincere and fake.
Good governance or reinventing the government requires objective and impassionate analysis of half successes or half failures.
the "standard language" appear to have found a source of inspiration in Mathesius's conception of functional linguistics and in his impassionate appeal for "the new science of poetics".
Noumber (t) sober] B1, B3 | the sober, B2 (u) unpassionate] B1, B2 | impassionate B3 (v) Lust] Lusts B2 | lusts B3
Retd) Syed Masood-ul-Hassan told that Indian leadership avoids meeting PM Nawaz and he expresses impassionate closeness with India in meetings which is upsetting, he added.