impassive

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impassive ‎(comparative more impassive, superlative most impassive)

  1. Having, or revealing, no emotion.
    • 2016 May 22, Phil McNulty, “Crystal Palace 1-2 Manchester United”, in BBC[1]:
      It was a victory that clearly meant so much to Van Gaal as the normally impassive manager raced from his seat in the technical area to celebrate Lingard's winner.
  2. Still or motionless.

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