The Internet can be an impersonal place: You can observe the world at an aloof distance, and then just surf to another page.
Commerce in technologically advanced countries is no longer an impersonal exchange of goods.
All written in a similar mode: authoritative, declamatory, distant, dispassionate, impersonal, and (allegedly) neutral.
Taurus Cultivate healthy detachment as Venus transits your cosmic zone of impersonal contacts.
Many found this to echo a Stepford Wife mentality of women: Women like stories and language, not impersonal, cold, manly numbers!
But History, the search for truth, should be as impersonal as the judge on the bench.
Speaking to a recorder was altogether too impersonal for what I had to report.
Thus threatened with severance, the tie between them—for it had become a kind of tie—no longer had impersonal quality.
Criticisms should not be too severe and should always be impersonal.
She was calm and impersonal during these interviews, and he tried to be so.