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Impersonal vs. Unpersonal

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Impersonaladjective

Not personal; not representing a person; not having personality.

‘An almighty but impersonal power, called Fate. –Sir J. Stephen.’;

Unpersonaladjective

Not personal.

Impersonaladjective

Lacking warmth or emotion; cold.

‘She sounded impersonal as she gave her report of the Nazi death camps.’;

Impersonaladjective

Not having a subject, or having a third person pronoun without an antecedent.

‘The verb “rain” is impersonal in sentences like “It’s raining.”’;

Impersonaladjective

Not personal; not representing a person; not having personality.

‘An almighty but impersonal power, called Fate.’;

Impersonalnoun

That which wants personality;

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Impersonaladjective

not relating to or responsive to individual persons;

‘an impersonal corporation’; ‘an impersonal remark’;

Impersonaladjective

having no personal preference;

‘impersonal criticism’; ‘a neutral observer’;

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