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The synonyms of “Unemotional” are: restrained, reticent, reserved, controlled, undemonstrative, impersonal, clinical, passionless, emotionless, cold, frigid, cool, calm, composed, collected, cool, calm, and collected, level-headed, businesslike, rational, sober, unsentimental, unfeeling, unresponsive, unexcitable, unmoved, unagitated, unruffled, serene, impassive, tranquil, indifferent, apathetic, phlegmatic, stoical, equable, detached, distant, remote, aloof, disinterested, unconcerned
Unemotional as an Adjective
Definitions of "Unemotional" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “unemotional” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Not having or showing strong feelings.
- Cool and formal in manner.
- Unsusceptible to or destitute of or showing no emotion.
Synonyms of "Unemotional" as an adjective (41 Words)
|aloof||Not friendly or forthcoming; cool and distant.|
An aloof and somewhat austere figure.
|apathetic||Showing little or no emotion or animation.|
A woman who became active rather than apathetic as she grew older.
|businesslike||(of clothing, furniture, etc.) designed or appearing to be practical rather than decorative.|
His brisk businesslike tone.
|calm||(of the weather) pleasantly free from wind.|
The night was clear and calm.
|clinical||Relating to the observation and treatment of actual patients rather than theoretical or laboratory studies.|
He spoke in the clipped clinical monotones typical of police testimony.
|cold||Extended meanings especially of psychological coldness without human warmth or emotion.|
Elise was cold and barren.
|collected||In full control of your faculties.|
The collected works of Milton.
|composed||Having one’s feelings and expression under control; calm.|
The performer seemed completely composed as she stepped onto the stage.
|controlled||Under the control of someone or something.|
A sentence for possessing controlled substances.
|cool||Psychologically cool and unenthusiastic unfriendly or unresponsive or showing dislike.|
He prided himself on keeping a cool head.
|cool, calm, and collected||Without exaggeration or qualification.|
|detached||Being or feeling set or kept apart from others.|
He is a detached observer of his own actions.
|disinterested||Having or feeling no interest in something; uninterested.|
Her father was so disinterested in her progress that he only visited the school once.
|distant||Separate or apart in time.|
His children found him strangely distant.
|emotionless||Unmoved by feeling-Margaret Deland.|
Her voice was flat and emotionless.
He could look sterner than his equable temperament would suggest.
|impassive||Deliberately impassive in manner.|
He remained impassive showing neither interest in nor concern for our plight.
|impersonal||Not influenced by, showing, or involving personal feelings.|
The impersonal power of a government.
|indifferent||Lacking importance; not mattering one way or the other.|
Indifferent to her plea.
|level-headed||Exercising or showing good judgment.|
|passionless||Unmoved by feeling-Margaret Deland.|
The voice is passionless monotone.
|phlegmatic||Showing little emotion.|
The phlegmatic British character.
|rational||Based on or in accordance with reason or logic.|
|remote||(of an electronic device) operating or operated at a distance by means of radio or infrared signals.|
A remote contingency.
|reserved||Marked by self-restraint and reticence-Victoria Sackville-West.|
A reserved seat.
|restrained||Held in place (used especially of a person in a vehicle secured by a seat belt.|
The drawings with their restrained colours give a feeling of peace and contemplation.
|reticent||Reluctant to draw attention to yourself.|
She was extremely reticent about her personal affairs.
|serene||Calm, peaceful, and untroubled; tranquil.|
A serene expression on her face.
|sober||Serious, sensible, and solemn.|
A sober grey suit.
|stoical||Enduring pain and hardship without showing one’s feelings or complaining.|
He taught a stoical acceptance of suffering.
|tranquil||Not agitated; without losing self-possession.|
The sea was tranquil.
|unagitated||Not physically disturbed or set in motion.|
|unconcerned||Not occupied or engaged with.|
The average American is unconcerned that his or her plight is the result of a complex of personal and economic and governmental actions beyond the normal citizen s comprehension and control.
|undemonstrative||Not given to open expression of emotion.|
The English are an undemonstrative lot.
|unexcitable||Not easily excited.|
An unexcitable temperament.
|unfeeling||Devoid of feeling for others.|
He lowered his numb unfeeling body into a seat and closed his eyes.
He was clearly unmoved by her outburst.
|unresponsive||Not susceptible to suggestion or influence.|
Was unresponsive to her passionate advances.
|unruffled||Free from emotional agitation or nervous tension- Anthony Trollope.|
With contented mind and unruffled spirit.
|unsentimental||Not displaying or influenced by sentimental feelings.|
The speeches were short and unsentimental.
Usage Examples of "Unemotional" as an adjective
- A flat, unemotional voice.