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impersonal (adjective), more impersonal, most impersonal
1. Neutral, nonpartisan, detached, without favoritism: Mark had an impersonal judgment regarding the candidates who were running for mayor of the city.
2. Aloof, distant, and unemotional: Jim's impersonal relationship sometimes included his wife and children.
3. Not referring to individuals or reflecting personalities but focusing on events and facts: Mike had an impersonal style of reporting his articles in his newspaper.
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