Examples of dispassion in a Sentence
viewed the problem with the weary dispassion of a police officer who seen everything
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Comey's odd mix of G-man dispassion, unexpected emotion and very un-FBI-ish high-school slang made for a fascinating and downright entertaining TV event.
The dispassion is interesting, understandable, but also an obstacle: a barrier meant to keep people out.
The footage of mass Nazi salutes from the crowd and Adolf Hitler looking on cheerfully is utterly chilling, but so is Riefenstahl’s dispassion.
The appropriate response to correct this is to strip Congress of power and transfer it to nonpartisan experts who have the knowledge and dispassion to trim the fat (rather than muscle or bone) from Medicare.
The cumulative effect of this volume, however, is to suggest that Moskowitz lacks both the strategic dispassion and intellectual breadth for a big political job.
Unlike grime M.C.s, who are often frenetic and jumpy, Nines is composed to the point of dispassion.
The ad hopes to connect body-type dispassion with the Dove brand, scoring another victory for the company’s purported mission.
In Chekhov, the clinical detachment—that cool, unsparing, astringent gaze—gives way to tenderness, to a sensitivity that is precisely the opposite of dispassion.
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