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impassive

(ĭm-păs′ĭv)
adj.
1. Devoid of or not subject to emotion.
2. Revealing no emotion; expressionless.

im·pas′sive·ly adv.
im·pas′sive·ness, im′pas·siv′i·ty n.
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The 27-year-old double amputee, who became one of the biggest names in world athletics, stood impassively in the dock, his hands folded in front of him, as Judge Thokozila Masipa delivered her verdict.
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No wonder that the bride was spotted in floods of tears during the ceremony, while her 53-year-old husband looked on impassively.
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Lord Taylor stood impassively in the dock as the guilty verdict on all six counts was delivered.
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