Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To affect powerfully; stir with passion.
- Strongly affected; stirred by passion.
- Without passion or feeling; dispassionate.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Strongly affected.
- v. To affect powerfully; to arouse the passions of.
- adj. Without passion or feeling.
- im- + passionate (Wiktionary)
“When Anil Ambani made his impassionate plea about ownership issues at the Reliance AGM on August 3, 2005, Reliance Industries stock fell from Rs. 760 to Rs. 710 before recovering somewhat.”
“Definitely not towering compared to Cronkite, who will never, ever be over-towered in terms of impassionate reading of the news.”
“Our Community had the privaledge of listening to her on Monday night, November 2nd 2009, and her words were not only impassionate, sincer and moving but also thought provking!”
“I cannot allow them to be so impassionate, discompassionate, uneducated, and misled.”
“It is the passionate few and the impassionate masses, that place where they intersect.”
“This viewpoint usually presents a very impassionate and impersonal story, so here it's very refreshing and eye opening to see it from the two viewpoints of the girl and American, and for the film to remain focussed in this way.”
“And he sings this very impassionate protest against that phenomena and it's just a gorgeous song.”
“So grey, so slow, so quiet, so impassionate, so very bumpy in the head, Patriarch was the word for him.”
“For example, if it proceed from phlegm, (which is seldom and not so frequently as the rest)  it stirs up dull symptoms, and a kind of stupidity, or impassionate hurt: they are sleepy, saith”
“Believe me, I-- this was an extremely discrete and impassionate jury.”
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