from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not easily stirred or moved in feeling.
- adj. Involving little or no emotion; rational.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Showing little or no feeling.
- adj. Reasoned and objective, involving reason or intellect rather than feelings.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not emotional; free from or unaccompanied by an exhibition of emotion or feeling; impassive; not inducing emotion: as, an unemotional person; an unemotional book.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. unsusceptible to or destitute of or showing no emotion
- adj. cool and formal in manner
Online shopping will continue to grow from a low base, mainly in unemotional purchases.
If people are going flame as a way to compete, I’m going to out them, very plainly in unemotional language.
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Part of the claptrap assigned to masculinity in our white patriarchal middle-class-aspiring culture is that they be "unemotional", which in specific means that "real" males are allowed to exhibit only anger or anger-tinged vehemence as emotions.
It's also worth noting that, in the original pilot for Star Trek, the "unemotional" character was the female, "Number One," played by Majel Barrett.
If you're told that your reservation has been canceled, make an "unemotional" appeal, citing matters like a crucial breakfast meeting scheduled at the hotel, he said.
Dassey's statements to him about not being involved with "unemotional," Kachinsky said.
Mora said the usually "unemotional" Houshmandzadeh seemed affected by his trip, and by Henry's death last week.
One does get a sense of Craig-as-Bond starting to wear an even thicker skin than before, his calm, contemptuous blankness even more of a defensive mask (I don't accept the complaints about Craig as 'unemotional' this time out, BTW - I can see why they're made, but I don't sense that in the character, even though the script spends a little too much time beating everyone over the head with the 'you're out of control because you want revenge' trope).
If ever anyone needed to be loved, it was her "" unemotional "partner.