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Use "impassivity" in a sentence
"He sat there watching through the windows in a kind of impassivity, as much as he could see of the method by which the racing-boat was attached by long, rigid rods to the steady floating raft that had risen from beneath."
"Knightley grows increasingly assured throughout the film, her emotionally volatile Sabina a foil for the doctors' poker-faced impassivity."
"Ruth Harris's cultural history of the Dreyfus affair in turn-of-the-20th-century France provided insight not just into the shifting factions and carnival aspect of a public controversy, but also into how Alfred Dreyfus's "usual perplexing impassivity," as Ms. Harris put it, affected events."