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unemotional

Syllabification: un·e·mo·tion·al
Pronunciation: /ˌənəˈmōSH(ə)n(ə)l
 
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Definition of unemotional in English:

adjective

Not having or showing strong feelings: a flat, unemotional voice
More example sentences
  • But Spock is the reason I go for the strong silent unemotional type.
  • ‘It's not going to get any better,’ he said, his voice surprisingly calm and unemotional.
  • Since society expects men to be strong and unemotional, they most often grieve in more solitary and cognitive ways.
Synonyms
reserved, undemonstrative, sober, restrained, passionless, perfunctory, emotionless, unsentimental, unexcitable, impassive, apathetic, phlegmatic, stoical, equable;
cool, cold, frigid, unfeeling, callous

Derivatives

unemotionally

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Pronunciation: /-SHənl-ē/
adverb
Example sentences
  • The point is that you need to think clearly and unemotionally about this situation.
  • Speaking calmly, directly and unemotionally, the boy said the alleged molestations occurred two days apart.
  • ‘You're talking about April,’ Michael stated unemotionally.

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