(1) But on the surface he remains calm, a dispassionate child observing his parents from the other side of an emotional gulf.(2) How these professionals can remain dispassionate and impartial in their job I will never know.(3) It is not surprising that the decision was not as dispassionate and impartial as we might feel after 60 years.(4) Don't look here for cool analysis or dispassionate reportage - Cohen is too angry for that.(5) They wish to return to an atmosphere of mutual respect, which will permit rational and dispassionate debate.(6) They're able to go back now and take really deliberate, dispassionate views of the situation.(7) There has been no open forum in which each side could present its case in a sober and dispassionate manner.(8) Will was calm and dispassionate in stating something that is demonstrably false.(9) The advantage is that he will be able to take a more distant and dispassionate view of things and will be seen to be impartial.(10) Instead, it comes across as a rather dispassionate account written by an author frightened of emotion.(11) The professional soldier is one who is cold, dispassionate and regretful in his duty when forced to kill.(12) Her expression was pure tranquillity, so dispassionate and detached that she seemed to be in the depths of some daydream.(13) While their style is sometimes cool and dispassionate , their sympathies are usually clear.(14) Strong opinions are best served by cold dispassionate logic.(15) This is colder and more dispassionate , with a lead character who we're supposed to sympathise with, but who kills for a living.(16) He's a perfectionist who pushes himself, often in a cold, dispassionate way.