impassionate

adjective (1)
im·​pas·​sion·​ate | \-sh(ə)nə̇t, usually -ə̇t+V\

Definition of impassionate 

(Entry 1 of 3)

impassionate

transitive verb
im·​pas·​sion·​ate | \-shəˌnāt, usually -āt+V\

Definition of impassionate (Entry 2 of 3)

archaic

impassionate

adjective (2)
im·​passionate | \(ˈ)im+\

Definition of impassionate (Entry 3 of 3)

archaic

: without passion or feeling : dispassionate

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Other Words from impassionate

Adjective (1)

impassionately adverb

History and Etymology for impassionate

Adjective (1)

Italian impassionato, past participle of impassionare

Adjective (2)

in- entry 1 + passionate

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