dispassionate

[ dis-pash-uh-nit ]SEE DEFINITION OF dispassionate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISPASSIONATE

Being a dispassionate organism, it can never be perfectly informed.

“I shall never forgive you, Nina,” said Almayer, in a dispassionate voice.

You are a witness, sir—a dispassionate, unprejudiced witness.

The life is their own life; the record is that of a dispassionate observer.

The members of a republic, above all other men, should be candid and dispassionate.

His argument was of course calm and dispassionate after his usual manner.

The judgment is as dispassionate as could be shown in a philosophical treatise.

It is a problem that calls for our soberest, most dispassionate, and most patriotic thought.

The dispassionate reader would not have seen anything in it to justify this.

He was aroused by a calm, dispassionate voice at the telephone.

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