unaffectionate

ADJECTIVE
  1. lacking affection or warm feeling
    an uncaring person
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How To Use unaffectionate In A Sentence

  • My father was just like my gran, unaffectionate, disliked emotions, disliked any form of togetherness.
  • From the launch of the series, Russell was portrayed as emotionally detached, unaffectionate toward his beautiful, albeit augmented, wife. Jim Moret: Are Reality Shows Turning Deadly?
  • She rapidly became unaffectionate and irritated-seeming.
  • Women in this country are fed-up with Scottish men because they are reserved and can be unaffectionate, whereas Latin women love them for that.
  • I am not blind toward her daily stresses, however, over the past 3 years or so, she has become completely unaffectionate.
  • A tear slid down Francine's cheek, and the usually unaffectionate Crystal put an arm around her, though she felt slightly uncomfortable doing it.
  • If you are among the protesters whom the Wall Street Journal unaffectionately calls ‘Luddite whackos,’ you may take a little credit for that.
  • If we take her unaffectionate term to mean a kind of stately opulence resulting in cinematic impotence, she has succeeded.
  • I'm frosty, distant and unaffectionate.
  • To the prodigal son, they said their goodbyes - in such unaffectionate language that the reconciliation Rooney may hope for will never happen - before they gave voice to the mightiest of roars.
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