impersonal

Part of speech: adverb

Impersonally.

Part of speech: noun

IMPERSONALITY.

Part of speech: adjective

Not having personality.

Part of speech: adjective

Not relating to a particular person or thing.

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Usage examples "impersonal":

  1. Leaving the dangerous ground behind him, he glided easily and naturally into impersonal subjects. - "The New Tenant", E. Phillips Oppenheim.
  2. I never can be sure how my soul will take it upon itself to act when I am making the attempt I am making now, to state what is to me an intensely personal belief, in a general, convincing, or impersonal way. - "The Lost Art of Reading", Gerald Stanley Lee.
  3. Then, as though trying to turn the conversation into a more impersonal channel: Rum crowd here to- night, isn't it? - "The Vision of Desire", Margaret Pedler.