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"Thou liest, son of a dog," was the answer, dispassionately delivered.

He had talked of it with her, and he knew how dispassionately she awaited Florimond's return.

If you will not hear my reasons calmly and dispassionately, to what end am I here?

"Women are the cause of a lot of trouble," he said, dispassionately.

"David'll be fearfully disappointed," remarked Judith dispassionately.

Dispassionately he reviewed his decision and reaffirmed it; it was now the time for action.

And now let us dispassionately, if possible, regard the evidence.

He shook his head emphatically, but his voice was as dispassionately brusque as ever.

"Oh, they look all right just now," said Edna, examining them dispassionately.

"You wouldn't make much of an Ogress," he said dispassionately.

WORD ORIGIN

1590s, from dis- "the opposite of" (see dis-) + passionate. Related: Dispassionately.

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