dispassionate

Part of speech: adverb

Dispassionately.

Part of speech:

Free from passion; calm.

Part of speech: adjective

Free from passion; without prejudice.

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Usage examples "dispassionate":

  1. They have hounded on the dogs, Lady Sybil said slowly- she alone seemed to view the sight with a dispassionate eye, and they are biting instead of barking! - "Chippinge Borough", Stanley J. Weyman.
  2. The Very Small Number of Dependable Mediums Spiritistic literature is endlessly diffuse, but on the other hand the more dispassionate students rest their case on an unexpectedly small body of undiscredited evidence. - "Modern Religious Cults and Movements", Gaius Glenn Atkins.
  3. It was dispassionate, judicial; it had neither hatred nor pity. - "The Weavers, Complete", Gilbert Parker Last Updated: March 14, 2009.