| Sentences of dispassionate|
a. calm; impartial; unaffected by strong emotion or prejudice
Known in the company for his cool judgment, Bill could impartially examine the causes of a problem, giving a dispassionate analysis of what had gone wrong, and go on to suggest how to correct the mess.
Sentence in Classic:
Idle and embittering, finally, to argue, against his own dispassionate certitude, that the commandment of love bade us not to love our neighbour as ourselves with the same amount and intensity of love but to love him as ourselves with the same kind of love.
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man By James Joyce Context
You are not impulsive, you are not romantic, you are accustomed to view everything from the strong dispassionate ground of reason and calculation.
Hard Times By Charles Dickens Context