Definition of dispassionate
: not influenced by strong feeling; especially : not affected by personal or emotional involvement a dispassionate critic a dispassionate approach to an issue
Examples of dispassionate in a Sentence
Journalists aim to be dispassionate observers.
He spoke in a dispassionate tone about the accident.
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But unlike the spooky Fringe operatives, the Adjustment Bureau’s dispassionate caseworkers (played by John Slattery, Anthony Mackie and Terence Stamp) come across more like post office employees than celestial overseers.
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Definition of dispassionate for English Language Learners
: not influenced or affected by emotions
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