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used in The Mysterious Benedict Society

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having or revealing little emotion — especially under circumstances others would find exciting
  • He flinched when the spray struck his face, then stood impassively, eyes closed, as black water swirled at his feet.
    p. 288.8
  • As Kate made a great production of fluttering her eyelashes and rolling her eyes loopily about, Reynie and Sticky edged past S.Q. to talk to Charlie Peters, who stood a little distance away, gazing impassively down the corridor, apparently not the least interested in Kate's fate.
    p. 229.6

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