Meaning of detachedly in English:

detachedly

adverb

See detached

  • ‘Now let us calmly attempt, without becoming involved in this dispute, to look detachedly upon the object of the dispute.’
  • ‘Just silence, while the words sink and take their effect, while the bruise forms prematurely and I am busy detachedly noting the power of a sentence to destroy me.’
  • ‘The assassin sat looking at the police officers detachedly.’
  • ‘Second, Zeno imagines that by writing his memoirs he has been detachedly analysing, and thereby curing, himself.’
  • ‘The luxury of consciously moving from the center to the margins and detachedly observing life from there while fulfilling his artistic potential is simply not available to Wittman.’

Pronunciation

detachedly

/dɪˈtatʃɪdli/