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emotionless

Definition for emotionless

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They found that people in the 45-54 age group are most likely to associate the future with emotions like dread and unhappiness.

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There is a lot of anger and emotion in the world right now, and the debate around vaccines has been an opportunity for that to bubble up.

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Cowen and Keltner regard their findings as a preliminary glimpse of how people who lived long ago, and who had no exposure to any modern culture, expressed certain emotions with their faces as Westerners now do.

So it misidentified the basic feeling I was trying to convey, failing at the most elementary skill involved in considering my emotions.

Perhaps honing in on one of these emotions can spark an idea.

For a man who just filmed a close up of a real-life horror film, he seems virtually emotionless.

Why We Love It:  Arnold Schwarzenegger really makes you believe you are looking at an emotionless, stiff robot.

Then and there, in the solemn presence of those emotionless eggs, I placed my arm around her supple waist and kissed her.

But there was arising a quiver in the fingers he held which belied the emotionless fixity of her face.

He looked back at her, keeping his face emotionless, and asked sternly, "You what?"

"We were going to talk about the Space Guard," Lyla said in an emotionless tone.

The voice, thin, flat and emotionless, came through a small amplifier.

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On this page you'll find 58 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to emotionless, such as: deadpan, detached, dispassionate, impassive, matter-of-fact, and unemotional.

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

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