matter-of-fact

[matter-of-fact] {adj.} 1. Simply telling or showing the truth; notexplaining or telling more.

The newspaper gave a matter-of-factaccount of the murder trial.

2. Showing little feeling or excitementor trouble; seeming not to care much.

When Mary's father died sheacted in a very matter-of-fact way.

He was a very matter-of-factperson.