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I must take care that my answer be as calm and as unimpassioned as his own note.

Cold and unimpassioned as you call yourself, I know your heart better.

If he could have seen how unimpassioned she was in coming to this conclusion he would have been grieved.

Parting here is like meeting with you, calm and unimpassioned.

And yet, in my unimpassioned moments, I do not think I was a notorious coward.

To the cold, the unimpassioned, or the unpoetical, this may seem impossible.

Her voice came level, unimpassioned, with a suggestion of dull despair.

"Then many girls do not do their duty," she said, in her even, unimpassioned tones.

That man, sitting calm and unimpassioned, nodded his head slightly.

She spoke, as was her wont, in an unimpassioned, businesslike way.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1600, past participle adjective from impassion.

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