• WordNet 3.6
    • adv unemotionally in an unemotional manner "the defendant stared unemotionally at the victim's family"
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • unemotionally In an unemotional manner; impassively.
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In literature:

In some aspects an unemotional critic might occasionally be tempted to call it naive and barbaric.
"Your United States" by Arnold Bennett
On the surface the American is unemotionally practical, but at heart he is a dreamer, first, last and always.
"Out To Win" by Coningsby Dawson
He concealed under a dry, taciturn, unemotional manner an intense hatred of the Germans.
"Mrs. Warren's Daughter" by Sir Harry Johnston
He had known London as a cold and unemotional place.
"Love Stories" by Mary Roberts Rinehart
She kissed the girl unemotionally and went into the house, shutting the heavy door with a hollow, echoing clang.
"Captivity" by M. Leonora Eyles
Mary had been cool, pleasant and crisply unemotional at breakfast-time.
"Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 158, January 14, 1920" by Various
Semyonov was, as ever, short, practical, and unemotional.
"The Dark Forest" by Hugh Walpole
Perhaps he was vouchsafed some intuition that this man was to be feared, but Clancy remained unemotional as a Sioux Indian.
"One Wonderful Night" by Louis Tracy
A solemn crew, and unemotional.
"Gigolo" by Edna Ferber
And Sergeant Walpole alone was visible, and he sat motionless and detached, unemotionally waiting to be killed.
"Morale" by Murray Leinster
It does not mean an unemotional absence of fervour in your Christian character.
"Expositions of Holy Scripture" by Alexander Maclaren
From the group of silent men poured a frost-white wave of unemotion.
"Planet of the Damned" by Harry Harrison
Quiet, unemotional Johnson, his hat off now, his hair dishevelled, and his eyes blazing.
"Prince or Chauffeur?" by Lawrence Perry
His tone was coldly unemotional but he could not keep his fists from clenching at his sides.
"Space Prison" by Tom Godwin
John Rosewarne was a patriot in his unemotional way.
"Shining Ferry" by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
His tone was unemotional, his manner was not even earnest.
"To Win the Love He Sought" by E. Phillips Oppenheim
The Order was modern, business-like, reasonable, unemotional, and quite prepared to take humanity as it was.
"The Secret of the League" by Ernest Bramah
She surveyed all the beautiful things in a cold, unemotional manner, and kept an eye on the movements of Leo.
"The Pagan's Cup" by Fergus Hume
Steel before, he was unemotional as marble now, a man of stone with a brain of diamond clarity.
"His Unknown Wife" by Louis Tracy
He had greatly feared a scene; but she was so absolutely unemotional that he felt relieved.
"The Triumph of Jill" by F.E. Mills Young

In news:

Mike Bossy , with his hands in his pockets and his delivery unemotional, announced today that he has resigned himself to a season of physical therapy in place of an 11th year of professional hockey.
'The Houstons: On Our Own': detached from Whitney Houston, unemotional.
For a guy who's supposed to be cool, cerebral, detached and unemotional, Barack Obama sure knows how to energize a friendly crowd.
'The Houstons: On Our Own': detached from Whitney Houston, unemotional .
This is one of the few Unemotional Penises that we have found in video form.
Jessica Chastain talks about the challenges of playing a character who is "unemotional" and "analytically precise" in "Zero Dark Thirty," which opens up with an intense torture.