impassible[ im-pas-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF impassible
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPASSIBLE
Still grave and impassible, the Cardinal looked at her and waited.
She lifted up her lips and kissed Henry Dunbar's impassible face.
That face was as pale as death: but cold, stern, and impassible.
Almayer looked at her furtively, but the face was as impassible as ever.
Up to that moment the Chief's countenance had been impassible.
This will lead us to see that it consists of nonentity, and that it is impassible.
Consequently, matter is impassible, as by itself it possesses no quality.
Matter, impassible, because of different senses of participation, iii.
Impassible as the soul is, everything contrary is figurative, iii.
He could meet anger, bursts of temper, with the most impassible countenance.