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  • adj.unfeeling
  • adj.invulnerable

synonyms for impassible

  • callous
  • impassive
  • indifferent
  • insensible
  • passionless
  • unconcerned
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I seemed already to be dead to the world, and a corpse with simply the impassible spirit outliving it.
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Frederick changed colour and hung his head, but remained silent and impassible.
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We expected to see him burst forth into a passion, but he remained impassible, he became pale.
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Bertrand was silent, almost impassible in the midst of the seething effervescence of the people.
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But he remained curiously impassible, looking at those present as if they were objects dimly seen afar off.
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Impassible in his seat, the hermit laborer remained sunk in meditation, or observed what took place around him.
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Take the most impassible stoic and make him see suddenly something very wonderful, or a terrible and unexpected object.
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The converse is true of electricity: it passes through iron, and finds the air to be a solid impassible body.
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Still impassible, the girl, instead of answering, stretched her hand towards her key; but M. Fortin stopped her arm.
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