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dispassionate (adj.)

1590s, of persons, "free from passions, calm, disposed;" 1640s, "not dictated by passion, impartial;" from dis- "the opposite of" + passionate. Related: Dispassionately.

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Definitions of dispassionate

dispassionate (adj.)
unaffected by strong emotion or prejudice;
a journalist should be a dispassionate reporter of fact
Synonyms: cold-eyed
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