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Sometimes I wonder if our scheme will fail through her impassibility and more than conventional innocence.
THE CIRCULAR STUDYANNA KATHARINE GREEN
The Indian, although his flesh quivered under the blows which came more and more rapidly, preserved his stony impassibility.
Sir Felix was driven to this plain expression of his demand by the impassibility of his debtor.
THE WAY WE LIVE NOWANTHONY TROLLOPE
He had been iron in his impassibility at that time, but he was steel now, and steel which had been through the fiercest of fires.
THAT AFFAIR NEXT DOORANNA KATHARINE GREEN
But soon recovering his impassibility he looked sideways at Narr' Havas without turning his face.
SALAMMBOGUSTAVE FLAUBERT
Sir John's face, despite his ordinary impassibility, betrayed a profound anxiety.
THE COMPANIONS OF JEHUALEXANDRE DUMAS, PRE
We have sufficiently demonstrated the impassibility of intelligible "being" which is entirely comprised within the genus of form.
There came a time when a sort of impassibility, a dreadful apathy, began to take possession of the besieged.
SARAGOSSABENITO PREZ GALDS
So long as the soul experiences even moderate passions, the soul's progress towards impassibility remains in need of improvement.
We find422 the Stoic idea of passibility and impassibility, although not exactly that of passion and action.

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