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Dispassionate definitions

Webster's 1828 Dictionary

DISPASSIONATE, a.
1. Free from passion; calm; composed; impartial; moderate; temperate; unmoved by feelings; applied to persons; as dispassionate men or judges.
2. Not dictated by passion; not proceeding from temper or bias; impartial; applied to things; as dispassionate proceedings.

WordNet (r) 3.0 (2005)

adj
1: unaffected by strong emotion or prejudice; "a journalist should be a dispassionate reporter of fact" [syn: dispassionate, cold-eyed]

Merriam Webster's

adjective Date: 1594 not influenced by strong feeling; especially not affected by personal or emotional involvement <a dispassionate critic> <a dispassionate approach to an issue> Synonyms: see fair dispassionately adverb dispassionateness noun

Oxford Reference Dictionary

adj. free from passion; calm; impartial. Derivatives: dispassionately adv. dispassionateness n.

Webster's 1913 Dictionary

Dispassionate Dis*pas"sion*ate, a. 1. Free from passion; not warped, prejudiced, swerved, or carried away by passion or feeling; judicial; calm; composed. Wise and dispassionate men. --Clarendon. 2. Not dictated by passion; not proceeding from temper or bias; impartial; as, dispassionate proceedings; a dispassionate view. Syn: Calm; cool; composed serene; unimpassioned; temperate; moderate; impartial; unruffled. -- Dis*pas"sion*ate*ly, adv. -- Dis*pas"sion*ate*ness, n.

Collin's Cobuild Dictionary

Someone who is dispassionate is calm and reasonable, and not affected by emotions. We, as prosecutors, try to be dispassionate about the cases we bring... = detached ADJ dispassionately He sets out the facts coolly and dispassionately. ADV: ADV with v

Soule's Dictionary of English Synonyms

a. 1. Unimpassioned, imperturbable, inexcitable, unexcited, composed, collected, temperate, undisturbed, unruffled, quiet, calm, cool, staid, serene, sober. 2. Impartial, unbiassed, fair, candid, disinterested.

Moby Thesaurus

Olympian, aboveboard, abstract, affectless, aloof, anesthetized, apathetic, arctic, ataractic, autistic, blase, blunt, bovine, calm, candid, careless, casual, catatonic, chill, chilly, cold, cold as charity, cold-blooded, coldhearted, colorless, composed, cool, detached, devil-may-care, disinterested, disregardful, drugged, dull, easygoing, emotionally dead, emotionless, equable, equal, equitable, even, even-tempered, evenhanded, fair, frank, frigid, frosted, frosty, frozen, heartless, heedless, icy, immovable, impartial, impassible, impassive, impersonal, imperturbable, inattentive, incurious, indifferent, inexcitable, inirritable, insouciant, insusceptible, just, lackadaisical, level-headed, levelheaded, listless, lofty, mindless, negligent, neutral, nonchalant, nonemotional, objective, obtuse, open, open-minded, out of touch, passionless, patient, peaceful, perfunctory, placid, pococurante, poker-faced, reckless, regardless, reposeful, self-absorbed, self-controlled, self-possessed, selfless, serene, sober, soulless, spiritless, steady, stoic, stolid, straightforward, tranquil, turned-off, unaffectionate, unanxious, unbiased, uncolored, unconcerned, undazzled, undiscriminating, undisturbable, unemotional, unexcitable, unexcited, unfeeling, unflappable, unimpassioned, unimpressionable, uninfluenced, uninterested, unirritable, unjaundiced, unloving, unmindful, unmoved, unnervous, unpassionate, unprejudiced, unprepossessed, unresponding, unresponsive, unruffled, unselfish, unsolicitous, unsusceptible, unswayed, unsympathetic, untouchable




 


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