unalarmed

unalarmed

(ˌʌnəˈlɑːmd)
adj
1. not alarmed or afraid
2. not fitted with an alarm
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It had struck Saxon at the time that the old woman was quite unalarmed and only curious to see.
"As to what you say about not seeing you again, I believe not a word of it; with such a heart as yours -- and such a sword -- one passes through the valley of the shadow of death a dozen times, unscathed and unalarmed. Au revoir, not farewell.
Unalarmed, she thought this was a technical issue that would phase out.
The bull had the jitters, but they both drank and walked off unalarmed. A short time later, the scream of what sounded like a good bull rang out above and behind us.
Owners and executives of exchange companies, particularly those considered close to the central bank, cite a number of reasons to remain unalarmed about the recent exchange rate stability in the open market.
However, despite this relentless construction work, the Philippines seemed unalarmed.
They were unalarmed by the extra 500 breakfast guests, but unappreciative of the dinner bell as shots pierced the morning air.
Finally, Lewis anticipated the advent of modern skepticism by observing that modern man has a general and unalarmed belief that reason cannot be trusted.
Nearby deer hear a subtle tending grunt or come-here bleat and either swing by to investigate or just go about their day, unalarmed. But during the rut, in any whitetail habitats a come-here call carries the potential for love.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal appeared unalarmed amid recent struggle by striker Robin van Persie.
The scoring is also scored on a scale of 1 to 5.1: unalarmed and unexcited animal that walks slowly away from the evaluator2: slightly alarmed animal that trots away from the evaluator3: moderately alarmed and excited animal that runs away from the evaluator4: very alarmed and excited animal that runs with head held high and may charge the evaluator5: animal very excited and aggressive in a manner thatrequires evasive actions by the evaluator to avoid contact.Exit Velocity determines the velocity (m/s) at which an animal leaves a squeeze chute.
Importantly, these privacy expectations assert themselves regardless of the expected outcome of the genetic comparisons; it is not the case that people with "nothing to hide" are unalarmed by comparisons of their genetic material with someone else's.