unmoved feeling no sign of passionÂ
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- having or revealing little emotion or sensibility
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Not susceptible of pain or suffering; apathetic; impassible; unmoved. « Impassive
as the marble in the quarry.» De Quincey.
« On the impassive
ice the lightings play.» Pope.
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having or revealing little emotion or sensibility; not easily aroused or excited; `her impassive remoteness`; `he remained impassive, showing neither interest in nor concern for our plight`- Nordhoff & Hall; `a silent stolid creature who
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• (a.) Not susceptible of pain or suffering; apathetic; impassible; unmoved.
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impassive, impassivity, impassiveness 1. Not feeling pain; not feeling or showing emotion. 2. Expressionless, unresponsive to something that might normally excite interest or emotion. 3. Insensible, unconscious; placid, serene, calm, unperturbed; apathetic. 4. Deprived of feeling or sensation; insensible, unconscious.
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