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 ?
"Yes?" 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.
The Laspara girl on guard rose, and pulled the chair out of the way unemotionally. She gave a sleepy stare to Razumov, who started, looked round the room and passed slowly by her as if struck by some sudden thought.
One makes another." Then after reflecting for a minute he added unemotionally:
"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.
It has been very stable and it has handled issues unemotionally, giving straightforward news," says Sen.
In a short story from his 2014 collection, Last Stories and Other Stories, one of Vollmann's characters laments how everyone "mentions the future so unemotionally. Why don't they scream death, death, death?" We have a similar denialism and evasiveness when it comes to global warming--even from those doing the most to fight against it.
While the grandson unemotionally packs up this house, this is contrasted with the sentimental view brought in by the purchaser.
Under affect, the state discourse would appear unbalanced, unbelievable, and thus untrue because, instead of conveying knowledge unemotionally, it will be creating a shared emotional sphere.
Almond, objectively and unemotionally. He argues some of the qualities that had made MacArthur successful in the Pacific in World War II (giving his subordinates free play, remaining aloof from tactical decisions, and playing senior leaders against each other) were counterproductive in Korea.