Devoid of or unaffected by passion, emotion, or bias. See Synonyms at fair1.(adjective)
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Use "dispassionate" in a sentence
"All this angst needs to be placed in dispassionate perspective."
"Amid many biologists that prefer to remain dispassionate about the subjects of their research, or who desire little interaction with local citizens, Nichols stands apart."
"The answer is entirely predictable, and not likely to be grounded in dispassionate analysis."