emotionlessly


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emotionlessly

(ɪˌməʊʃənləslɪ)
adv
in an emotionless manner
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Just as emotionlessly as he had received "The Shame of the Sun" did he read the reviews of it that came in weekly from the clipping bureau.
Kathy Tran calmly and emotionlessly admitted her bill would allow abortions up through all "40 weeks." Then Virginia Governor Ralph Northam said it was acceptable for doctors to allow abortion survivors to go untreated--in other words he was advocating for infanticide.
Based on previous purchases, the machine knows your brand, what you're willing to spend, then emotionlessly, your new detergent arrives on your doorstep.
Carlos emotionlessly lives from day to day, the discourse on his meaningless life increasingly emulating the televisual effects of repetition, pausing, and zapping.
The author thus anticipates the narrator's stance in her quest to uncover the truth beyond the emotionlessly conveyed headlines, inserting testimonials into her story.
It depicts objectively and emotionlessly, but its serene compassion oozes out so breezingly, silence in movement.
THE plague of footballers refusing to celebrate against their former clubs reached a new low when little Shaun Wright-Phillips reacted emotionlessly to scoring QPR's winner at Chelsea.