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- adj. Not perturbed; unflustered.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not perturbed.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
He was growing old, and beginning to need rest and an imperturbed spirit.
The Colonel drank numerous "toddies" during the course of the day, which left him, however, imperturbed.
There was something in the imperturbed security of his manner which almost made her angry with him.
A black gondola manned by a skeletal gondolier approached imperturbed through the fury.
He sought Egerton, but the minister was impenetrable, and seemed calm, confident and imperturbed.
He became reassured when he observed how imperturbed everyone was.
When Patrickstown bragged of its long history ... it was once the home of the kings of Ulster ... and tried to make the world believe that St. Patrick was buried in its cathedral, Ballyards, magnificently imperturbed, murmured: "Your population is goin 'down!"
Strange! that he who had disposed of so many lives with an imperturbed heart, who in so many undertakings had considered as nothing the sufferings he inflicted, unless it were sometimes to glut his appetite with the fierce enjoyment of revenge, should now feel a recoiling, a regretI might almost say, a feeling of alarm, at the authority he was exercising over this Lucia, a stranger, a poor peasant-girl!
Douglas sat imperturbed, his head at a slight angle, which gave him the appearance of attentive listening; and with a genial smile on his face that was lighted a little with ironic confidence.
The young soldiers looked on in delight, the sergeant smoked imperturbed.
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