unperturbed


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un·per·turbed

 (ŭn′pər-tûrbd′)
adj.
Calm and serene; unruffled.

unperturbed

(ˌʌnpəˈtɜːbd)
adj
not disturbed or troubled: unperturbed by the prospect of a fight.
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Adj.1.unperturbed - free from emotional agitation or nervous tensionunperturbed - free from emotional agitation or nervous tension; "the waiters were unflurried and good natured"; "with contented mind and unruffled spirit"- Anthony Trollope
composed - serenely self-possessed and free from agitation especially in times of stress; "the performer seemed completely composed as she stepped onto the stage"; "I felt calm and more composed than I had in a long time"

unperturbed

adjective calm, untroubled, unfazed (informal), cool, collected, composed, poised, tranquil, placid, unruffled, self-possessed, unworried, unflustered, undismayed, as cool as a cucumber Ruiz seemed totally unperturbed by the events unfolding around him.
worried, troubled, anxious, dismayed, ruffled, flustered, perturbed
Translations

unperturbed

[ˈʌnpɜːˈtɜːbd] ADJimpertérrito
he carried on unperturbedsiguió sin inmutarse or (LAm) alterarse
unperturbed by this disastersin dejarse desanimar por esta catástrofe ...

unperturbed

adjnicht beunruhigt (by von, durch), gelassen

unperturbed

[ˌʌnpəˈtɜːbd] adjimperturbato/a, imperterrito/a
unperturbed by sth → per nulla scosso/a da qc
References in classic literature ?
I can't go far," she said and her voice was quiet, unperturbed.
All eyes watched it coming, even Wolf Larsen's; but he was the only unperturbed man aboard.
I'd like to go over things with you first," Zeena continued in an unperturbed voice.
Van Horn, unperturbed, politely queried, in order to make conversation and advertise nonchalance.
Cadwallader in her phaeton, without witnessing any interview that could excite suspicion, or any scene from which she did not return with the same unperturbed keenness of eye and the same high natural color.
Next morning MacWhirr stood before them unperturbed, having travelled from London by the midnight express after a sudden but undemonstrative parting with his wife.
But the judge still looked at him with bright and steady eyes of interest; and the counsel for the defence went on with his questions unperturbed.
He was perfectly aware that he was a good gardener, and official recognition of the fact left him gratified, but unperturbed.
His right hand fell lightly on the back of the outcast couch, the left remained purposefully plunged deep in the trousers pocket, and the roundness of the heavy rimmed spectacles imparted an owlish character to his moody, unperturbed face.
Her dreaming, empty, idle, thoughtless, unperturbed hours, she calls them.
Then Ransome's unperturbed voice uttered pleasantly the words:
he asked in a voice so gentle and unperturbed that it was as the cooing of a dove.