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  • adv. In an imperturbable manner; calmly.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In an imperturbable manner; calmly.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an imperturbable manner; with serenity.

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Examples

  • Mr. Grewgious in the meantime sat upright, with no expression in his face, and a hard kind of imperturbably polite protest all over him: as though he would have said, in reply to some invitation to discourse; "I couldn't originate the faintest approach to an observation on any subject whatever, I thank you."

    The Mystery of Edwin Drood

  • Mr. Grewgious in the meantime sat upright, with no expression in his face, and a hard kind of imperturbably polite protest all over him: as though he would have said, in reply to some invitation to discourse; 'I couldn't originate the faintest approach to an observation on any subject whatever, I thank you.'

    The Mystery of Edwin Drood

  • But at once I encountered a new difficulty in the shape of my cabby, a grey-whiskered and eminently decorous personage who had imperturbably driven me for several hours about the "City."

    THE DESCENT

  • But Louis took and gave a spoke and gazed imperturbably into the binnacle.

    Chapter 12

  • "Sailors are trouble enough without our hearing about them, Mr. Pathurst," Captain West went on, as evenly and imperturbably as if I had not spoken.

    CHAPTER VII

  • But it's the kind of bonus that often comes to a player who is swinging in great rhythm and balance, with perfect freedom, and managing his game imperturbably.

    Masters: What to Expect on Day Four

  • But Billy had done the right thing -- done it slowly and imperturbably and with the least hurt to everybody.

    CHAPTER VII

  • Tudor lighted a fresh cigarette, while Sheldon sat on, imperturbably silent.

    Chapter 15

  • Daylight replied imperturbably the 'phone must be indistinct this morning.

    Chapter XXII

  • Louis stood imperturbably at the wheel, but I noticed the grouped sailors forward turning troubled faces in our direction.

    Chapter 19

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