unimpassioned

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adjective un·im·pas·sioned \ˌən-im-ˈpa-shənd\

Definition of unimpassioned

  1. :  not impassioned; especially :  marked by calm reasonableness <an unimpassioned discussion of the problem> < … she was thinking over her situation … in a deliberate and unimpassioned manner … — Henry James>

1744

First Known Use of unimpassioned

1744


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