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[pash-uh n-lis] /ˈpæʃ ən lɪs/
not feeling or moved by passion; cold or unemotional; calm or detached.
Origin of passionless
1605-15; passion + -less
Related forms
passionlessly, adverb
passionlessness, noun Unabridged
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  • The dream was passionless, disconnected, and unintelligible.

    Dream Psychology Sigmund Freud
  • The Princess could not see their dull, passionless faces, and she was glad of it.

    The Very Small Person Annie Hamilton Donnell
  • Indeed the perfect repose and passionless calm of such a period refreshes my soul.

  • "It is your shot, sir," he said, in a voice as passionless as when I first heard it years before.

    St. Cuthbert's Robert E. Knowles
  • The girl paused in her sobbing at his even, passionless voice.

    Birthright T.S. Stribling
  • "You will find that you cannot," the passionless creature returned, monotonously.

    Triplanetary Edward Elmer Smith
  • Wingrave was standing upon the hearthrug, cold, passionless, Sphinx-like.

    The Malefactor E. Phillips Oppenheim
British Dictionary definitions for passionless


empty of emotion or feeling: a passionless marriage
calm and detached; dispassionate
Derived Forms
passionlessly, adverb
passionlessness, noun
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