dispassionateness

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

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISPASSIONATENESS

Dispassionateness of judgment will also lead to dispassionateness of speech.

In its dispassionateness intellect is aloof from humanity and its needs.

In this, too, the want of dispassionateness in his nature revealed itself.

Added to a feminine perception, Miss Sergeant has a dispassionateness and a sense of humor quite rare in her sex.

She had laughed her way through life and had prided herself on the dispassionateness of her point of view.

With the help of these we are able to relate Blake to Reynolds with a dispassionateness to which Blake could never attain.

We look at his works with the same detachment and dispassionateness as we look at the Parthenon or on the Venus of Milo.

Her father mistook her dispassionateness for a veil of politeness over a sense of ill-usage. '

He could close his eyes now and review each detail with the dispassionateness of indifference.

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