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unsentimentality

Definitions

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  • noun The state or condition of being unsentimental.

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Examples

  • Shot in semi-darkness and through a wall of cigarette smoke, the film did not hold back on the idiocy of the crass, unlikeable "hero" (a cocky young journalist), the brutality to the core of the police, and the sheer unsentimentality, horror and violence of the plot and characters.

    Sunday Salon: David Peace and Karin Alvtegen

  • Shot in semi-darkness and through a wall of cigarette smoke, the film did not hold back on the idiocy of the crass, unlikeable "hero" (a cocky young journalist), the brutality to the core of the police, and the sheer unsentimentality, horror and violence of the plot and characters.

    Sunday Salon: David Peace and Karin Alvtegen

  • Shot in semi-darkness and through a wall of cigarette smoke, the film did not hold back on the idiocy of the crass, unlikeable "hero" (a cocky young journalist), the brutality to the core of the police, and the sheer unsentimentality, horror and violence of the plot and characters.

    Reading

  • Shot in semi-darkness and through a wall of cigarette smoke, the film did not hold back on the idiocy of the crass, unlikeable "hero" (a cocky young journalist), the brutality to the core of the police, and the sheer unsentimentality, horror and violence of the plot and characters.

    March 2009

  • The straightforward unsentimentality of this book turned Marxist interpretations upside down, which continues to exasperate the race-gender crowd: If dead white males were the center of attention, what meager place was left for the history of the powerless, the oppressed, and the second sex?

    The Imperial Mind

  • The straightforward unsentimentality of this book turned Marxist interpretations upside down, which continues to exasperate the race-gender crowd: If dead white males were the center of attention, what meager place was left for the history of the powerless, the oppressed, and the second sex?

    The Imperial Mind

  • The 29-year-old Mayer's play can be formulaic, but it has the virtue of unsentimentality, it makes connections between boxing and such other cultural aspects as music, and Wolfe generates more excitement than most fights you see on pay per view.

    Big Names, Small Stages

  • Relating Darwin and religion, Morris further stated that Adams' reaction to Darwinism "was somewhat blunted by an agnostic unsentimentality."

    Hullabaloo

  • They are the masters of sang froid, brute realism, ironic detachment, and cold unsentimentality.

    Balkinization

  • They are the masters of sang froid, brute realism, ironic detachment, and cold unsentimentality.

    Balkinization

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