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Unimpassioned vs Impervious - What's the difference?

unimpassioned | impervious | Related terms |

Unimpassioned is a related term of impervious.


As adjectives the difference between unimpassioned and impervious

is that unimpassioned is not impassioned; lacking passion; without emotion while impervious is unaffected or unable to be affected by.

Quiet vs Unimpassioned - What's the difference?

quiet | unimpassioned | Related terms |

Quiet is a related term of unimpassioned.


As adjectives the difference between quiet and unimpassioned

is that quiet is with little or no sound; free from of disturbing noise while unimpassioned is not impassioned; lacking passion; without emotion.

As a verb quiet

is to become quiet, silent, still, tranquil, calm.

As a noun quiet

is the absence of sound; quietness.

Unimpassioned vs Unbiased - What's the difference?

unimpassioned | unbiased | Related terms |

Unimpassioned is a related term of unbiased.


As adjectives the difference between unimpassioned and unbiased

is that unimpassioned is not impassioned; lacking passion; without emotion while unbiased is impartial or without bias or prejudice.

Unimpassioned vs Sedate - What's the difference?

unimpassioned | sedate | Related terms |

Unimpassioned is a related term of sedate.


As adjectives the difference between unimpassioned and sedate

is that unimpassioned is not impassioned; lacking passion; without emotion while sedate is in a composed and temperate state.

As a verb sedate is

to tranquilize by giving a sedative; to calm; to soothe; to induce sleep.

Sober vs Unimpassioned - What's the difference?

sober | unimpassioned | Synonyms |

Sober is a synonym of unimpassioned.


As a noun sober

is friend.

As an adjective unimpassioned is

not impassioned; lacking passion; without emotion.

Composed_serene vs Unimpassioned - What's the difference?

composed_serene | unimpassioned | Related terms |

Composed_serene is a related term of unimpassioned.


As an adjective unimpassioned is

not impassioned; lacking passion; without emotion.

Unimpassioned vs Moderate - What's the difference?

unimpassioned | moderate | Related terms |

Unimpassioned is a related term of moderate.


As adjectives the difference between unimpassioned and moderate

is that unimpassioned is not impassioned; lacking passion; without emotion while moderate is not excessive; acting in moderation.

As a noun moderate is

one who holds an intermediate position between extremes, as in politics.

As a verb moderate is

to reduce the excessiveness of (something).

Unimpassioned vs Stoical - What's the difference?

unimpassioned | stoical | Related terms |

Unimpassioned is a related term of stoical.


As adjectives the difference between unimpassioned and stoical

is that unimpassioned is not impassioned; lacking passion; without emotion while stoical is enduring pain and hardship without showing feeling or complaint.

Abstemious vs Unimpassioned - What's the difference?

abstemious | unimpassioned | Related terms |

Abstemious is a related term of unimpassioned.


As adjectives the difference between abstemious and unimpassioned

is that abstemious is sparing in diet; refraining from a free use of food and strong drinks; temperate; abstinent; sparing in the indulgence of the appetite or passions while unimpassioned is not impassioned; lacking passion; without emotion.

Unimpassioned vs Unstirred - What's the difference?

unimpassioned | unstirred | Related terms |

Unimpassioned is a related term of unstirred.


As adjectives the difference between unimpassioned and unstirred

is that unimpassioned is not impassioned; lacking passion; without emotion while unstirred is that has not been mixed by stirring.

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