Impassible

Part of speech: adjective

Incapable of feeling or suffering; apathetic.

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Usage examples "impassible":

  1. There is an impassible gulf that can never be crossed. - "Bohemian Society", Lydia Leavitt.
  2. Yet the judge remained impassible, and at the end of the argument turned him back in a word to his starting point. - "The Grafters", Francis Lynde.
  3. The impassible countenance of M. de Laubardemont was there to dominate the judges of his choice; almost a head taller than any of them, he sat upon a seat higher than theirs, and each of his glassy and uneasy glances seemed to convey a command. - "Cinq Mars, Complete", Alfred de Vigny Last Updated: March 3, 2009.