Definition of Cold-eyed

1. Adjective. Unaffected by strong emotion or prejudice. "A journalist should be a dispassionate reporter of fact"

Exact synonyms: Dispassionate
Similar to: Impartial
Derivative terms: Dispassion, Dispassionateness



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cold-eyed

colchicum
colchicums
colchine
colcothar
colcothars
cold
cold-blooded
cold-blooded animal
cold-bloodedly
cold-bloodedness
cold-calling
cold-cathode
cold-cock
cold-cream
cold-cuts
cold-eyed (current term)
cold-hearted
cold-heartedly
cold-heartedness
cold-reactive antibody
cold-rigor point
cold-sensitive mutant
cold-short
cold-shoulder
cold-water flat
cold abscess
cold abscesses
cold agglutination
cold agglutination test
cold agglutinin

Literary usage of Cold-eyed

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Poetry by Modern Poetry Association (1921)
"Like fists, the brutal lights on white and weary faces Fall fiercely through the livid air. , A dull roar rises from the seething places Where, cold-eyed ..."

2. Superwomen by Albert Payson Terhune (1916)
"Among the rest—Marcus Brutus, snarling Casca, and the others—came one more guest to the villa—a hard- faced, cold-eyed youth whom Cleopatra hated. ..."

3. Superwomen by Albert Payson Terhune (1916)
"Among the rest—Marcus Brutus, snarling Casca, and the others—came one more guest to the villa—a hard- faced, cold-eyed youth whom Cleopatra hated. ..."

4. Mrs. Stephens' New Monthly by Ann Sophia Stephens (1856)
"Many times the old priest entered the house, and with him went a cold eyed man, wrinkled and bent, but richly attired. I had terrible thoughts for ..."

5. The German Danger by Bart Kennedy (1907)
"A place where the waiters are cold-eyed and lofty and superior and skilled in ... I was so chastened by the scene generally and by the air of the cold-eyed, ..."

6. Lord Jim by Joseph Conrad (1900)
"... and only kept from flying at each other's throats by the fear of death that stood silent behind them like an inflexible and cold-eyed taskmaster. ..."

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