First, it reminded us of how dispassionate the world of finance is.
Or is this dispassionate killer the one Fleming first envisioned?
Indeed, in a dispassionate assessment of his professional talents, Cabral lists: “The cheekbones, the smile.”
Flying always at 40,000 feet above ground, he strives to observe the political landscape with a dispassionate conservatism.
All written in a similar mode: authoritative, declamatory, distant, dispassionate, impersonal, and (allegedly) neutral.
In a moment, however, he was calm, dispassionate and lifeless as I had always found him since the estrangement began.
“I shall never forgive you, Nina,” said Almayer, in a dispassionate voice.
Do we expect the judge upon the bench to do justice, dispassionate, unswerving, on his own child—his own wife—in the dock?
The life is their own life; the record is that of a dispassionate observer.
Mrs. Francis Ogilvie bore the character of being a cold and dispassionate woman.