nonpersonal nonpersonal


  • (adj) lacking personality


  1. The fourth Qualia product is out now, and while it's the only nonpersonal tech item of the bunch, it's the most innovative.
  2. Of those non-casual, nonpersonal pangs, familiar to all true poets, there is in these poems just enough of a trace to reassure readers that this giant is a human giant after all.


  • "Without Arafat, there could have already been peace in the region and a Palestinian state. ...... I hated him in a nonpersonal way, but rather in a deep way of a man who led the system of terror in the world that even al-Qaida is built on,"...
    on Nov 11, 2004 By: Tommy Lapid Source: Seattle Times

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languish languish
/ˈlæŋɡ wɪʃ /