Related formsim·pas·sive·ly, adverbim·pas·sive·ness, im·pas·siv·i·ty [im-pa-siv-i-tee] /ˌɪm pæˈsɪv ɪ ti/, noun
Examples from the Web for impassive
In each frame, Ai faces the camera, impassive and nearly immobile.
The high schoolers in the room are impassive, but the fathers give thoughtful frown-nods.
Faxon, looking over Mr. Grisben at John Lavington, saw a faint frown between his impassive eyes.The Triumph Of Night|Edith Wharton
His intelligent eyes were glazed and far away, only the impassive, hairless face remained, with little or no soul to brighten it.The Serf|Guy Thorne
Valenglay remained silent and impassive, with at most a slight shiver passing across his shoulders.The Golden Triangle|Maurice Leblanc
When he turns again to say a last word she is standing where he last saw her, pale and impassive as a statue.April's Lady|Margaret Wolfe Hungerford
He stepped deliberately across the body, his face inflamed, and stood to beard the impassive dalal.The Sea-Hawk|Raphael Sabatini