unanxious


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unanxious

(ʌnˈæŋkʃəs)
adj
not anxious or concerned
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confide in your Honour's humble servant for adequate remuneration per hoondi per annum three hundred rupees a year to one expensive education St Xavier, Lucknow, and allow small time to forward same per hoondi sent to any part of India as your Honour shall address yourself This servant of your Honour has presently no place to lay crown of his head, but going to Benares by train on account of persecution of old woman talking so much and unanxious residing Saharunpore in any domestic capacity.
Asked what financial wellness means to them, 20% of respondents said it is equally being unanxious about their finances, being debt-free and having enough savings to cover unexpected expenses.
However, as we shall see, this unanxious exploration of fluid concepts of gender is not local; rather, it shows up in a variety of genres and tones, suggesting at the very least an abiding interest, perhaps even an investment, in these discourses.
For these women, their objects of desire are 'scenes they orchestrate in order to experience absorption, a sense of being held in a scene, of having reciprocity, and being unanxious somewhere' (Berlant, 2011: 166).
41) Once Charles Musgrove yields the scene, the couple soon renews their engagement, after, of course, having directed their course "towards the comparatively quiet and retired gravel walk" (240), where they can exercise in unanxious peace.
The zookeeper responsible for the turtles, George has quietly facilitated their plans against their burgeoning apprehensions, and he is the model in the novel for an ethics of unanxious not-knowing.
61) Bit by bit the patterns and rhythms in the utopian environment begin to effect a reconstruction of Guest's experience: "Though [the house] was not very large one felt in it that exhilarating sense of space and freedom which satisfactory architecture always gives to an unanxious man who is in the habit of using his eyes.
For the most part though, we love them for giving us images of graceful bearing and unanxious dedication to the pleasures of their craft.
For the time being, we are courageous and confident, unafraid, unanxious, unneurotic, not sick" (p.
Here, in this operatic scene in Persuasion, the silence, the anxiety-provoking silence of Emma, is rejected as the book flamboyantly descends from the stylistic heights of ladylike reserve to the depths of middle-class, expressed, unanxious emotion.