- dispatch boat,
- dispatch box,
- dispatch case
Origin of dispassionate
Examples from the Web for dispassionately
Dispassionately observing from the far corner of the chamber balcony stood still more lobbyists.
That planning is best done deliberately, dispassionately and holistically.
And his argument that we are heading to certain fiscal disaster is quite calmly and dispassionately made.
"A good teacher could make her worth one hundred dollars a week in six lessons," said Lester, dispassionately.Cinderella|Richard Harding Davis
And she could at last view him dispassionately; there was triumph in that.The House of the Vampire|George Sylvester Viereck
As if dispassionately, he laid before Nina the history of their acquaintance, and also his 'other obligations.'Geoffrey Hampstead|Thomas Stinson Jarvis
He rose and opening a drawer in the table took out a revolver and held it a moment in his hand, looking at it dispassionately.The Shadow of the East|E. M. Hull
As they parted he let fall dispassionately: She was a mighty handsome woman.Out of the Air|Inez Haynes Irwin