Definition of dispassionately in English:

dispassionately

adverb

  • In an unemotional, rational, and impartial manner.

    ‘he will look at the situation calmly and dispassionately’
    ‘the issue is hard to view dispassionately’
    • ‘She is a consummate journalist - the facts are all here, and clearly and dispassionately explained.’
    • ‘Local politics is something they were devoting much of their lives to, yet they could be dispassionately analytical about this part of themselves.’
    • ‘But he knew he had never heard someone speak so dispassionately.’
    • ‘The natural sciences, on the other hand, aim to understand nature objectively and dispassionately.’
    • ‘The tone of Nicholls' biography is dispassionately respectful, admiring even.’
    • ‘First, let's consider the risks dispassionately.’
    • ‘Each side is hell-bent on refuting the other's arguments, rather than examining them dispassionately.’
    • ‘Overall, Lewis presents his factual materials dispassionately and carefully.’
    • ‘So I try to approach possible conflicts dispassionately, removing the personal element.’
    • ‘There is no reason to believe that the juror in question has received information which might undermine his ability to judge this case dispassionately.’

Pronunciation

dispassionately

/dɪsˈpaʃ(ə)nətli/