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Not showing any emotion; unemotional.‘her voice was flat and emotionless’
unemotional, unfeeling, dispassionate, passionlessunexpressive, cool, cold, cold-blooded, impassivereserved, controlled, restrained, self-controlled, cool, calm, and collected, indifferent, detached, remote, alooftoneless, flat, dead, expressionless, bland, blank, wooden, stony, deadpan, hollow, vacant, undemonstrative, imperturbable, frigid, phlegmatic, glacialView synonyms
- ‘The room was dark, but Tessa could make out his defeated expression, his eyes emotionless and hollow.’
- ‘When a woman's voice from a car alongside him calls his name, his face is emotionless, blank, dead.’
- ‘Her voice was flat and emotionless and Ryder wanted to kick himself for making her sound like that.’
- ‘The e-mail I did receive was distant, emotionless, cold and generally left me feeling horrible.’
- ‘Diengo's face then settles back into his emotionless, cold expression.’
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