Antonym: passionate. Similar words: passionate, passion, compassion, assassination, missionary, discussion, professional, congressional. Meaning: [dɪ'spæʃnət] adj. unaffected by strong emotion or prejudice.
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1. We, as prosecutors, try to be dispassionate about the cases we bring.
2. Weber's report provides a dispassionate analysis of the conflict.
3. Finally, the engineer's dispassionate voice came through.
4. The blue eyes searched her face with a dispassionate curiousity.
5. That we should take a more dispassionate view and consider the long-term effects of Briant's work.
6. Their treatment of religion shows no dispassionate analysis, but a virulent contempt which can only be termed prejudice.
7. The first problem is the dispassionate judgement of compositions that emerge from, and in some cases directly express, political oppression.
8. Can we rise to such a dispassionate judgement? Not many could.
9. Calm[Sentencedict.com ], dispassionate discussions on how we could stay friends.
10. A journalist should be a dispassionate reporter of fact.
11. You're actually talking about this stuff in a dispassionate way.
12. He spoke in the flat, dispassionate tone of a lecturer.
13. Tom is really a dispassionate man, he never loses control of himself and hardly becomes umbrageous.
14. For dispassionate account of how the fight started, ask a neutral observer not a participant.
15. But when biblical exegesis replaces the solemn, dispassionate weighing of evidence you know that things have gone badly wrong.
16. Has anyone tried approaching the company with a dispassionate attitude?
17. The dispassionate euphemism "underperformer" is one that I have never heard anyone use to describe themselves.
18. Try to keep your money talks as dispassionate as possible.
19. A team is also likely to be more dispassionate than a single reporter on a mission.
20. In all the media hysteria, there was one journalist whose comments were clear-sighted and dispassionate.
21. The evidence against him appears to be, even to a dispassionate observer, compelling if not devastating.
22. This complex and imperfect achievement did not result automatically or easily from dispassionate moral or factual analysis.
23. How could the authorities treat children in this heartless and dispassionate manner?
24. It could be twee, but as we jump from image to image a dispassionate view of the world emerges.
25. One should look at executive bonus with a slightly dispassionate approach.
26. Sometimes, what a company requires is not a passionate leader but a dispassionate one.
27. Disagreements and disappointments can only be handled effectively in a non - personal and dispassionate manner.
28. Masterly I call it, and such it must appear to any dispassionate thinker.
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