Or is this dispassionate killer the one Fleming first envisioned?
It is both personal and dispassionate, and it constitutes a kind of counter-history of a generation of writers.
Flying always at 40,000 feet above ground, he strives to observe the political landscape with a dispassionate conservatism.
Whether you can get outside your own skin or sexuality and look at the world with a dispassionate eye.
Precisely because of their obsession with numbers and data, they are dispassionate about social issues.
In a moment, however, he was calm, dispassionate and lifeless as I had always found him since the estrangement began.
The judgment is as dispassionate as could be shown in a philosophical treatise.
Do we expect the judge upon the bench to do justice, dispassionate, unswerving, on his own child—his own wife—in the dock?
The dispassionate reader would not have seen anything in it to justify this.
Mrs. Francis Ogilvie bore the character of being a cold and dispassionate woman.