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[ US /ˌənəˈmoʊʃənəɫ, ˌəniˈmoʊʃənəɫ/ ]
[ UK /ʌnɪmˈə‍ʊʃənə‍l/ ]
  1. cool and formal in manner
  2. unsusceptible to or destitute of or showing no emotion
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How To Use unemotional In A Sentence

  • He is not a child who, knowing the dictionary definition, would react calmy or unemotionally. Controversy
  • Love, courtship, marriage, the existence of children, her husband's illness and death, are stated unemotionally.
  • ‘It's not going to get any better,’ he said, his voice surprisingly calm and unemotional.
  • Zoe is normally an unemotional person.
  • These portraits look like clinical studies, detached and unemotional.
  • Worst of all, for a tearjerker, it is a strangely unemotional experience. Times, Sunday Times
  • The image is clear and detailed, the sheets of water and sky flawless, the poised moment evocative but unemotional.
  • They are not the unemotional automatons of science fiction myth.
  • Stacy gets on the mic and throws her whiny, boring, unemotional voice out for the whole world to hear.
  • At the Pentagon, Baran found planners who were thinking in unemotional terms about postattack scenarios and making quantitative estimates of the destruction that would result from a Soviet nuclear ballistic missile attack. Where Wizards Stay Up Late
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