American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Not impassioned; marked by a reasonable approach totally devoid of emotional influence or appeal: answered the charges with an unimpassioned defense.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not impassioned; not moved or actuated by passion; uninfluenced by passion; calm; tranquil.
- adj. free from emotional appeal; marked by reasonableness
“Reason, cold, calculating, unimpassioned reason, must furnish all the materials for our future support and defense.”
“Her eyes set widely and her unimpassioned gaze seem to be saying, It's just me.”
“In Young at Heart, the composer, played by Gig Young, seems unimpassioned and conceited.”
“Hereward was obliged himself to ask her, with the unimpassioned and reverential demeanour of a private soldier to a princess, whether he ought to summon her female attendants? to which she faintly uttered a negative.”
“Nor is its downfall less terrible to its visionary elevator, because others had seen it from the beginning as a folly or a chimera; its dissolution should be estimated, not by its romance in the unimpassioned examination of a rational looker on, but by its believed promise of felicity to its credulous projector.”
“The Russians I had met so far seemed perfectly charming yet slightly unimpassioned.”
“In my opinion with whole program was a “Code Word” to do just that, yet it was portrayed by CNN as an intellectual and unimpassioned discussion about race.”
“Reason, cold, calculating, unimpassioned reason, must furnish all the materials for our future support and defence.”
“Prelatist, is desirous that his predecessors should be held moderate in their power, and just in their execution of its privileges, when truly, the unimpassioned peruser of the annals of those times shall deem them sanguinary, violent, and tyrannical.”
“It was such a determined, unimpassioned, inflexible, cold – blooded way of going to work.”
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