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impersonal (adj.)

mid-15c., a grammatical term, from Late Latin impersonalis, from assimilated form of in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + personalis "personal" (see personal). Sense of "not connected with any person" is from 1620s; that of "not endowed with personality, having no conscious individuality" is from 1842. Related: impersonally.

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Definitions of impersonal

impersonal (adj.)
not relating to or responsive to individual persons;
an impersonal remark
an impersonal corporation
impersonal (adj.)
having no personal preference;
impersonal criticism
Synonyms: neutral
From wordnet.princeton.edu