- gray; without hue; of zero chroma; achromatic.
- matching well with many or most other colors or shades, as white or beige.
- (of a particle) having no charge.
- (of an atom, molecule, collection of particles, fluid, or solid) having no net charge; electroneutral; not electrified.
- not magnetized.
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Naturally then—and I use the word as neutrally as I can—there are going to be two sets of reactions in play here.
John looked sapient, and said, neutrally, that some poetry wasn't bad.Mount Music|E. Oe. Somerville and Martin Ross
But honesty only asked her neutrally, "Is it really growth and freedom, and generous expansion of the soul?"The Brimming Cup|Dorothy Canfield Fisher
"It ought to be refreshing," struck in Courtlandt, neutrally.The Adventures of a Widow|Edgar Fawcett