- the state or quality of being unemotional or emotionally uninvolved.
Origin of dispassion
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Examples from the Web for dispassion
These demographic and geographic changes are simply in the order of things, and we observe them with dispassion.A Shifting Landscape of Sacrifice
May 30, 2010
Dispassion, dis-pash′un, n. freedom from passion: a calm state of mind.
This dispassion, so difficult to reach, at last extends over all world-forms.The Hive
Will Levington Comfort
- detachment; objectivity
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