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impassive
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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Definition
having or revealing little emotion — especially under circumstances others would find exciting
  • Atticus was standing under the street light looking as though nothing had happened: his vest was buttoned, his collar and tie were neatly in place, his watch-chain glistened, he was his impassive self again.
    p. 284.4
impassive = showing little emotion
  • I looked around and up at Mr. Cunningham, whose face was equally impassive.
    p. 206.3
impassive = showing little emotion
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