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Their relationship is adrift and passionless, and the stranger seems to know it, “messaging her from the shadows and keeping his identity hidden while he judged her, exposed her.”

It feels tired and passionless, despite the presence of much skin throughout.

For those who think of Romney as a passionless man, you have to read the story of the courtship of his wife Ann.

But even here, the scenes are both passionless and humorless.

I think Juliet has always believed in passionless, blood full violence.

He sought to widen the domain of pleasure and narrow that of pain, and regarded a passionless state of life as the highest.

His quiet, passionless voice sounded strange to me; his words seemed strange, too, each one heavily weighted with hidden meaning.

"Then we are quits," she answered, in the listless, passionless voice that she seemed especially to affect.

The old passionless serenity, in which the human had been crushed out by the intellectual, was gone forever.

To bear what she had borne she must be a passionless woman; and she was glad of her present safety in thinking it.


On this page you'll find 41 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to passionless, such as: aloof, ardorless, austere, chilly, cold, and cold-hearted.

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