OTHER WORDS FOR dispassionate
Origin of dispassionate
OTHER WORDS FROM dispassionatedis·pas·sion·ate·ly, adverbdis·pas·sion·ate·ness, nounun·dis·pas·sion·ate, adjectiveun·dis·pas·sion·ate·ly, adverb
How to use dispassionate in a sentence
Dispassionately observing from the far corner of the chamber balcony stood still more lobbyists.New York’s Nanny-State E-Cig Ban|Olivia Nuzzi|December 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
That planning is best done deliberately, dispassionately and holistically.Why The U.S. Is Not In A Cyber War|Ian Wallace|March 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But many seem to regard them almost dispassionately, as a way to draw a line under an era.Show Trials Bring Cambodia Delayed Justice, but Where’s the Outrage?|Lennox Samuels|November 30, 2011|DAILY BEAST
And his argument that we are heading to certain fiscal disaster is quite calmly and dispassionately made.Joe Scarborough Can Save the GOP|Christopher Buckley|June 8, 2009|DAILY BEAST
I have dared to relate this to your Majesty because of my zeal as a loyal vassal, and as one who looks at things dispassionately.
"Oxford Street," announced the conductor dispassionately, and the trimmed lady shut her book and rose to get out.
Surveying them dispassionately, one could not help suspecting they belonged to a tribe of cannibals.Adrift on the Pacific|Edward S. Ellis
Frankle's face was a graven mask as he searched their faces dispassionately.The Link|Alan Edward Nourse
I thought it was the possession of this piece of news which enabled her to tell me that story so calmly and so dispassionately.Overlooked|Maurice Baring