Adjective "Unemotional" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ʌnɪˈməʊʃ(ə)n(ə)l/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Not having or showing strong feelings.
  1. 'But Spock is the reason I go for the strong silent unemotional type.'
  2. 'Each day he looked as calm and unemotional as his father had that day at the hospital, once I'd introduced myself.'
  3. '‘It's not going to get any better,’ he said, his voice surprisingly calm and unemotional.'
  4. 'Barry's body slumps, as if tired of the pretence of being strong and unemotional.'
  5. 'Did you know that as well as being cold and unemotional, we are also polite, traditional and reserved?'
  6. 'Alex was particularly embarrassed and ashamed because he wasn't able to keep his cool and stay unemotional.'
  7. 'His bearing is that of a man in control - cold, unemotional and authoritative.'
  8. 'Her clear, analytical mind enabled her to provide an unemotional business-like approach in often emotive situations.'
  9. 'The clear and unemotional voice of the narrator sets the scene.'
  10. 'How natural is it for males to be aggressive, unemotional, and rational?'

Definitions

1. pertaining to or involving emotion or the emotions.

2. subject to or easily affected by emotion: We are an emotional family, given to demonstrations of affection.

3. appealing to the emotions: an emotional request for contributions.

4. showing or revealing very strong emotions: an emotional scene in a play.

5. actuated, effected, or determined by emotion rather than reason: An emotional decision is often a wrong decision.

6. governed by emotion: He is in a highly

More examples(as adjective)

"voices can be unemotional as faces."

"people can be unemotional to people."

"voices can be unemotional."

"people can be unemotional."

"ways can be unemotional."

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Origin

(emotional)