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impassive
used in Dracula

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having or revealing little emotion — especially under circumstances others would find exciting
  • I told him exactly what had happened and he listened with seeming impassiveness, but his nostrils twitched and his eyes blazed as I told how the ruthless hands of the Count had held his wife in that terrible and horrid position, with her mouth to the open wound in his breast.
    Chapter 21 (71% in)

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