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Trust between doctors and patients depends on the exercise of medical, not moral, judgment, and we all benefit from their dispassion.

Leaders here tend to speak about unemployment with the same dispassion that they talk about energy efficiency or outsourcing.

Earthquake, forest fire—these two poets report with deceptive dispassion on the quotidian disasters unfolding around them.

These demographic and geographic changes are simply in the order of things, and we observe them with dispassion.

It was a terrible narrative which unfolded itself before her, made more terrible by the emotionless dispassion of the telling.

This dispassion, so difficult to reach, at last extends over all world-forms.

Dispassion, dis-pash′un, n. freedom from passion: a calm state of mind.

He was surprised to find himself looking at the girl with utter dispassion, as if nothing had happened.

All the same, they have shown the greatest of all qualities in a crisis—dispassion almost amounting to torpor.


On this page you'll find 50 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dispassion, such as: detachment, disinterest, disinterestedness, dispassionateness, equity, and fair-mindedness.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.