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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunemotionalun‧e‧mo‧tion‧al /ˌʌnɪˈməʊʃənəl◂ $ -ˈmoʊ-/ adjective  EMOTIONAL#not showing your feelings His voice was unemotional. Zoe is normally an unemotional person.
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unemotionalHe was observing as a favor, he had nothing at stake: he could be unemotional.He was our numbers guy, low-key, unemotional.The Holmes-Watson relationship between an unemotional alien and a warm, cheerful, humorous human would evolve.Pat's father was a distant, unemotional man who couldn't really talk to his children.She liked them, read a lot, and in unemotional situations could use them well.Thrifty, hardworking, unemotional, they tipped their hats to no one.Mostly she lay silent, noncommittal and unemotional, until one day she broke into uncontrollable weeping.a cold, unemotional voicePolice were shocked at the unemotional way the murderer described the killings.I try to be unemotional, without much success.
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