Thesaurus / unsentimental

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Both have the common-sense view of life; both are unsentimental.

It is only in practical, unsentimental England that these things are at all possible.

The unsentimental geologist will tell you it is actually an old lava flow from Mount Albert.

Their place to-day is occupied by efficient and unsentimental young men in fancy waistcoats.

Horace glanced at Fanny, who, however, seemed absorbed in reflections as unsentimental as could be.

She clings to life desperately; she is young and strong, unsentimental, and averse to ascetic enthusiasm.

Essays on Scandinavian LiteratureHjalmar Hjorth Boyesen

So that Proudhon brings us back to the very starting point of our most unsentimental journey with Stirner.

Anarchism and SocialismGeorge Plechanoff

You have impressed me as a woman of unusual intelligence and sagacity; I am making you an unsentimental business offer.

Harriet and the PiperKathleen Norris

"I haven't fished in that river for three summers," replied the Philosopher, in his most unsentimental tone.

A Court of InquiryGrace S. Richmond

We have been told since by an unsentimental geologist that the structure is not difficult to understand.

From John O'Groats to Land's EndRobert Naylor and John Naylor

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