1. objectivity and detachment
    her manner assumed a dispassion and dryness very unlike her usual tone
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How To Use dispassionateness In A Sentence

  • There is something haunting in the light of the moon; it has all the dispassionateness of a disembodied soul, and something of its inconceivable mystery
  • In this, too, the want of dispassionateness in his nature revealed itself. Reminiscences of Tolstoy
  • What this means is that my own ability for dispassionateness about Friend's standing as an artist is perhaps more questionable than most.
  • I have lived without forethought or arrière pensée -- without the weakness of regrets or the stinginess of precautions, 'and then he turned to me -- his eyes were half shut and his voice was muffled as if a flood were battering on the door of his dispassionateness,' I have had everything in life except you, 'he said. Balloons
  • He looked at her with the dispassionateness which comes to men who have lived much in countries where nakedness offers itself unashamed to the sunlight, and said to himself, "I should like to see her run. The Judge
  • And here comes a certified Great Thinker to tell you that what really counts is not dispassionateness but, on the contrary, passion.
  • He must hear her confession, not as man, but as God; he must pronounce his judgments with a divine dispassionateness. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 09, No. 51, January, 1862
  • For the sullen steadiness, dispassionateness, detachment with which it was said made it more real than it had been at the water's edge. The Visioning
  • The Taoist theory of prolonging life by quietism and dispassionateness, by regulating one's breath, and using medicines is untenable. Lunheng
  • Dispassionateness of judgment will also lead to dispassionateness of speech.
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