untormented

untormented

(ˌʌntɔːˈmɛntɪd)
adj
not tormented; free from torment
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Murder at the Library of Congress will entertain those readers who like their mysteries lite and their detectives untormented.
Part-owner Robert Romanes seems excited enough to be largely untormented by the butterflies.
Thus Nabokov rid himself of the fear of the first line by foisting it on Ray, and was then able to compose with a light heart, untormented.
It is puzzling that Sontag can write that Barthes is untormented by catastrophe and has a post-tragic sensibility--for the "post-tragic" is, by definition, neither unmarked nor blithe.
It isn't what creatures deserve: to be left alone and untormented by human beings.
So let slow time in its good time prepare an untormented place for life's domain.
Poetic imagination in Amichai flourishes in its non-belief, untormented by a spiritual void.
These are the poems of an untormented Paul Celan, had that been possible.
Physically it was fairly easy going, without seas or frontiers to be crossed, through regions untormented on the whole, if desolate in parts.
People struggled to renegotiate the voices of their heritage and utopia was identified with that moment when people would be able to live untormented by the underground voices that their cult had brought to the surface.
The quest for an untormented sense of identity in these conditions then, seems as fragile as a kite in a cyclone.
Fifty years ago Bousquet was head of the police at the height of the mass deportation of French Jews, so the initial guess was that the killing must have been the work of a descendant of one of his victims, unable to bear the idea that such a scoundrel should be living so comfortably, untormented by conscience.