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Word of the day for February 14
impassionate adj
  1. Filled with passion, impassioned: young ministers, deeply impressed and longing to pour out the burning, impassionate zeal of their own souls, are apt to abuse the use of this figure (George Hott).
  2. Lacking passion, dispassionate: scholarly works demand keen attention to logical consistency while maintaining an impersonal, impassionate voice (Alexander Newport).

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