emotionless emotionless


  • (adj) unmoved by feeling


  1. He's earnest like C-3PO, emotionless like Spock, overly practical like Encyclopedia Brown and incredibly skinny like C-3PO, Spock and Encyclopedia Brown.
  2. In a calm, emotionless voice, Homolka testified last June that she had watched as Bernardo strangled both girls.
  3. I don't want to say he's emotionless, but he harnessed it as good as anybody.


  1. Father of man accused of murdering Linton teen speaks out

    LINTON, Ind.—The two men accused of murdering a Linton, Ind. teenager appeared in court Friday morning. Inside the courtroom, suspects Jordan Buskirk, 26, and Randal Crosley, 25, were emotionless, but in the halls of the Greene County Courthouse, the emotions …
    on June 15, 2013     Source: FOX 59 Indianapolis

  2. Openly Gay Justice Nominee Goes Off Script to Thank Partner, Kids

    In the oft-boring and emotionless world of Senate committee hearings to consider nominations, it's rare for a human moment to break through; but Stuart F. Delery, President Barack Obama's openly gay nominee to be the assistant attorney general for the Civil Division of the Department of Justice, got his moment Tuesday.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: CQ Politics


  1. "The chilled soup represents the cold-hearted, emotionless killer that is Javier Bardem's character," says Danny Boome, host of Food Network's "Rescue Chef." "The color of the soup - deep red - reflects the blood shed throughout the film."
    on Oct 5, 2008 By: Danny Boome Source: Mail Tribune

  2. "The NSG (National Security Guard) should be applauded. The media should be praised. Certain politicians should be bashed," Karan posted on his blog. "Politicians, soulless and emotionless, were addressing the country while reading off of...
    on Dec 1, 2008 By: Karan Johar Source: Indiainfo.com

  3. Pennington said: "I'd be remiss to say there are no emotions at all; none of us are emotionless beings. At the same time, for some reason, my whole focus has been on what we need to do to try to win. It's so important to win division games; that's...
    on Sep 3, 2008 By: Chad Pennington Source: Local10.com

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