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impassive
used in Nineteen Minutes

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Definition
having or revealing little emotion — especially under circumstances others would find exciting
  • He stared up at the camera in the corner of the cell, which blinked at him impassively.
    Part 1 (27% in)
  • And then, just as suddenly, her features smoothed, impassive.
    Part 1 (19% in)
  • You were facing an unknown client who may or may not have had a chance in hell of acquittal; the trick, however, was to remain simultaneously impassive and impressive.
    Part 1 (28% in)

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