Definitions

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  • adjective Not astonished.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ astonished

Examples

  • Immutable laws, such as gravitation and the conservation of energy, became wobbly, and I was prepared to witness their violation at any moment and to remain unastonished.

    Chapter 14

  • Immutable laws, such as gravitation and the conservation of energy, became wobbly, and I was prepared to witness their violation at any moment and to remain unastonished.

    Chapter 14

  • Immutable laws, such as gravitation and the conservation of energy, became wobbly, and I was prepared to witness their violation at any moment to remain unastonished.

    The Amateur Navigator

  • Then, too, the rise of suicide attacks directed at civilians is astonishing -- and it is also astonishing how unastonished we claim to be in the face of it.

    Terrorism's New Structure

  • My classmates were as unastonished by their extravagant traits as a blowfish is by its quills.

    Middlesex

  • The old man viewed her with mildly curious eyes, unastonished and benign.

    The Sanctuary Sparrow

  • When the day broke, after the falling of the dreadful night, the brave or the thirsty who ventured forth saw him at his post, silent, unastonished, unafraid.

    The Yoke A Romance of the Days when the Lord Redeemed the Children of Israel from the Bondage of Egypt

  • The old woman looked at him with unastonished eyes.

    Coming Home.

  • They supposed, in their unastonished acceptance of the facts, that things would have to go on like this indefinitely.

    The Creators A Comedy

  • They refused to recognize in it any divine element of destiny, while they remained imperturbably unastonished at its course.

    The Creators A Comedy

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