Im·per·son·al a. Not personal; not representing a person; not having personality.
An almighty but impersonal power, called Fate. --Sir J. Stephen.
Impersonal verb Gram., a verb used with an indeterminate subject, commonly, in English, with the impersonal pronoun it; as, it rains; it snows; methinks (it seems to me). Many verbs which are not strictly impersonal are often used impersonally; as, it goes well with him.
Im·per·son·al, n. That which wants personality; specifically Gram., an impersonal verb.
adj 1: not relating to or responsive to individual persons; "an
impersonal corporation"; "an impersonal remark" [ant:
2: having no personal preference; "impersonal criticism"; "a
neutral observer" [syn: neutral]