Meaning of impersonally in English:

impersonally

Pronunciation /ɪmˈpəːs(ə)n(ə)li/

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adverb

See impersonal

‘In ancient Athens, the Court of the Areopagiticus was set up specifically to deal justice impersonally to criminals and bring to an end the feuds and demands for family vengeance which brutalised society.’
  • ‘Market forces, working impersonally and without ‘intelligent design,’ can give you a pretty good glimpse at the future.’
  • ‘My objection would be more to huge schools and school districts where rules for the district are decided impersonally at some big administrative building.’
  • ‘His surfaces - usually layer upon resanded layer of acrylic - are exquisite, while his forms are severe, cryptic, impersonally abstract and almost maddeningly suggestive.’
  • ‘It shows up impersonally in arrangements and conditions of social, industrial, technical and general life which, admittedly, are created and tolerated by man.’