unamazed

unamazed

(ˌʌnəˈmeɪzd)
adj
not greatly surprised or astonished
References in classic literature ?
You might walk through the streets and be unamazed to find them all deserted, and yet not empty; for you felt a presence invisible and yet manifest to every inner sense.
12) Poole was unamazed, unlike the American journalist John Reed, whose Ten Days That Shook the World sold a million copies.
Luckily I am familiar with Anthony Powell's novel sequence, A Dance to the Music of Time, so was appropriately unamazed when my bloke and his turned out to be one and the same.
Participants will be aghast, but readers will no doubt be unamazed to learn that, in spite of all efforts by security, this column's famed Fly-On-The-Wall team has gained access to the first day of the Levy Board discussions.