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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNEMOTIONALLY

Peter had already risen, and Stryker unemotionally opened the door for him.

"You are a better judge of evidence than I am," he said unemotionally.

In the gathering dusk, Rosemary took it down, unemotionally.

"I am willing," he replied, unemotionally, in the usual formula.

She came back from death as unemotionally as she had gone to meet it.

He said it as unemotionally as if he were stating a familiar axiom.

"You're not without brains, Furniss," said Bassett unemotionally.

She listened, unemotionally, to my glowing description of the situation.

She said it simply, unemotionally, like some one stating a fact.

"Yes, that's about what you'd be thinking, all right," retorted Dade unemotionally.

WORD ORIGIN

1821, "pertaining to emotion," from emotion + -al (1). Meaning "liable to emotions" attested by 1857. Related: Emotionally. Emotional intelligence coined by mid-1960s, popular from mid-1980s.

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