unsentimentally love

unsentimentally

Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adv. In an unsentimental way.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in an unsentimental manner

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • It seems he paid a church tithe or tax for arable and bottom land, and what is unsentimentally described as “reclaimed bog” at Feenaghroe in the parish of Toomour, to the tune of £1/10/10½.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • But Brighouse also unsentimentally reminds us of the way soccer players were treated as little more than serfs by their employers and, even if he keeps the crucial game off-stage, he makes up for that with a series of striking personal duels.

    The Game

  • Those who failed he unsentimentally shunted into retirement or desk jobs.

    Casting the Plan For Victory

  • The owl is one of the anomalies of life on CPC-1, Centrica Energy's unsentimentally-named flagship rig in the heart of the South Morecambe gas field.

    A working life: The gas rig technician

  • "I'd already done bypass," he says unsentimentally, with a wave of his hand.

    The Story of Dick Cheney's Heart

  • "It sounds kooky, but Haig pulls it off stylishly and unsentimentally."

    The Labrador Pact by Matt Haig: Book summary

  • The owner of the tree unsentimentally told "Today" that her late husband wanted to get rid of the tree years ago and she wouldn't miss it.

    The Short List

  • Begrudgingly, Leeba Rivka admires Shosh for treating her single state like an illness that needs to be cured, or like she's unemployed and is seeking full time employment, systematically and thoroughly and unsentimentally.

    Angela Himsel: Nosh, Davin, Kvell, or Eat, Pray, Love, the Upper West Side Way

  • Consider Natalie Krinsky, a sex columnist for the Yale Daily News, who typical of the genre wrote unsentimentally about her loss of virginity (a New York Knicks basketball game was playing on television in the background) and about the how-tos of self - pleasuring.

    Never Mind Tolstoy

  • In earlier films in which murders occur (Law of Desire, Matador), Almodóvar was clearly intrigued by the high drama afforded by police procedurals; here there are no cops on the murderer's trail, and the only procedure associated with the crime is the almost lovingly filmed sequence in which Raimunda, who cleans vast office buildings for a living, expertly and unsentimentally wipes up the blood with paper towels and then mops the floor.

    Aerobics 6 p.m.

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.