Unemotional Definition

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1. A shade under 6' tall and wiry, with a mane of increasingly iron-grey hair and an unemotional, meticulous delivery, he had an energetic onscreen presence. 1
2. British men are often seen as being reserved and unemotional. 1
3. But they can at times be unemotional and even downright stubborn, give them plenty of room. 1
4. For so solid and unemotional a man he might have been angry, or perhaps only in a hurry. 1
5. Gathering them unemotionally will help those facts come out. 1
6. He snorted quietly: an unemotional noise; a punctuation mark. 1
7. He sounded matter-of-fact and unemotional. 1
8. He was observing as a favor, he had nothing at stake: he could be unemotional. 1
9. He was too legal, chilling - unemotional. 1
10. He was unemotional, quite quiet, and reserved. 1
11. His voice was unemotional. 1
12. In these early sources it represents a devotion still somewhat restrained and unemotional. 1
13. It provides an extraordinarily careful and detailed picture and records - factually and unemotionally - the abuses which characterized the whole system. 1
14. Machines are unemotional and unaggressive, unlike human beings, he told the crowd during the question-and-answer phase. 1
15. Marriage is like a business investment. Its long-term viability is best established unemotionally. 1
16. Most of us can think more or less unemotionally when we bend our wills to that. 1
17. Mostly she lay silent, noncommittal and unemotional, until one day she broke into uncontrollable weeping. 1
18. She began to read in a brisk, unemotional voice. 1
19. She seemed very cool and unemotional. 1
20. Tenma unemotional love for Toby is a typical Chellonese father - son relationshellop. 1
21. The Chinese Communist leaders coldly and unemotionally assessed the requirements of the balance of power little influenced by ideology or sentiment. 1
22. The defendant stared unemotionally at the victim's family. 1
23. The flat, unemotional voice droned on. 1
24. The Holmes-Watson relationship between an unemotional alien and a warm, cheerful, humorous human would evolve. 1
25. The self-coached cyclist must learn to think objectively and unemotionally. 1
26. The tone of his poetry is restrained and unemotional. 1
27. The woman, in fact, seemed to be chewing gum as she unemotionally clicked off a series of commands for me to perform. 1
28. These rules ensure that the student can smoothly, effortlessly and unemotionally take actions to buy, sell or hold. 1
29. Thrifty, hardworking, unemotional, they tipped their hats to no one. 1
30. Zoe is normally an unemotional person. 1
 

Unemotional

[ˌənəˈmōSH(ə)n(ə)l]

ADJECTIVE

  - not having or showing strong feelings.

Synonyms

List of Prefixes

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List of Suffixes

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