Examples of unemotional in a Sentence
He was a cold and unemotional person.
a surprisingly unemotional expression for someone who was just informed that his wife was missing
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Speaking in a calm and unemotional tone, Veronique Valliere, a psychologist, testified that sexual assault victims are frequently so traumatized that they can be confused about details.
Mr. Pollini used to play Chopin’s music with a crystal clarity that could occasionally sound dry and unemotional.
Samantha was diagnosed with conduct disorder with callous and unemotional traits.
More than 50 studies have found that kids with callous and unemotional traits are more likely than other kids (three times more likely, in one study) to become criminals or display aggressive, psychopathic traits later in life.
Always socially awkward himself, Tashiro has become an evangelist for his kind, penning a book of research positing that there’s an upside to all this nerding out, to the unemotional, hyper-focused qualities of people lacking in the social graces.
Though the feelings come fast, Musto sings in an unemotional tone, and the instrumentals rarely alter or shift dynamics, so there's a strange disjunction between medium and message.
The team of open, respectful and unemotional dialogue and discussion.
In 2014, Venegas’ mother, Valerie, a longtime Golden West employee, was in charge of emergency preparedness on campus, a role supremely vital yet often unemotional.
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UNEMOTIONAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unemotional for English Language Learners
: not emotional : not showing emotion
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