dispassionately dispassionately  /dɪs ˈpæ ʃə nət li/


  • (adv) in an impartially dispassionate manner


  1. Vika shifts abruptly between calm and anger, and speaks dispassionately about death.
  2. Chairman of the commission which approached its problem dispassionately was George Fort Milton, publisher of the Chattanooga News, author of The Age of Hate.
  3. But rarely has passion been so dispassionately treated on the screen, and rarely has a determination to be nonexploitational resulted in such sterility.


  • The Dog from Call of Duty: Ghosts Is Incredible

    The E3 demo for Call of Duty: Ghosts was straight from the cookie cutter. We heard a few opening remarks, from a dude who dispassionately stuck the word “epic” into as many sentences as possible, before he turned it over another another dude, who started lecturing us on nitty-gritty graphical trickery. Tesselation! Volumetric lighting! SubD, which is short for “sub-divide!” Snooze. But then came ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Techland


  1. "If you are thinking about the drivers dispassionately, it was Raikkonen's turn more than Lewis's," said Mosley. "But Lewis will get plenty of turns. Unless something goes dramatically wrong, he will win many championships."
    on Jan 28, 2008 By: Max Mosley Source: UK Express

  2. "We're going to look at this clinically, realistically, as dispassionately as possible," Kerry said. "We are going to do our best to get this passed."
    on Mar 27, 2009 By: John Kerry Source: Reuters

  3. "He does not understand the state of the finances in NSW," Dr Nelson said, adding it was only briefings over the last 48 hours that have brought him up to speed. "Nathan Rees needs to plainly, clearly, honestly and dispassionately set out the...
    on Sep 6, 2008 By: Brendan Nelson Source: NEWS.com.au

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