Sentence Examples for “Phlegmatic”
Examples from the News for “Phlegmatic”
Clear, phlegmatic reporting, as in the early days by veteran journalists of note, is sorely needed.
Even this newspaper’s endorsement of Mr. Dinkins for a second term called him “disengaged,” undisciplined, “slow to react” and “maddeningly phlegmatic.”
Examples from Business for “Phlegmatic”
A phlegmatic Swedish banker, paid to assess political risk and how currencies might move, says he and colleagues rate the chance of rupture at almost zero.
Photograph: Sarah Lee for the Guardian Gilmore is phlegmatic about the joys of yacht ownership, remarking that the appeal still escapes him.
Examples from Science and Medicine for “Phlegmatic”
I remember the postdoc, normally a pretty phlegmatic person, actually putting a little excitement into their voice, “hey guys, look at this.”
Computer scientists and engineers are rather more phlegmatic about the notion of quantum supremacy than excited commentators who foresee an impending quantum takeover of information technology.
Definition of “Phlegmatic”
adj: showing little emotion
Synonyms for “Phlegmatic”
- along for the ride