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  • adj. not bothered, serene


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  • But as long as one can live in peace and be left unbothered, that is good enough!

    Those contemptuous atheists... why won't they be kind?

  • I am "unbothered" by the "lack of judgment" that you refer to because I don't see it as a lack of judgment.

    Obama Issues New Orders On Afghanistan

  • But the situation appears to have improved in the last month, with the CBI's industrial trends survey placing the sector wholly in the 'unbothered' category after the recent turbulence.

    The Latest From

  • On the 23rd, two days after opening day, I missed him at 200 yrds, but he came back, unbothered by the shot, and I harvested him two days later.

    Field & Stream

  • Your existing permit should give the outward appearance that all is well, paid for, and will in all likelihood allow you to go on your merry way unbothered.

    Expired Mexican Car Permit

  • He is a superhero-in-waiting, unbothered by an unbuttoned shirt, and thirsty for a franchise phenomenon of his own.

    Twilight Lexicon » Kellan Lutz In Interview Magazine

  • Mr. Vilot, sporting an extreme crew cut—better to see the "99%" mowed across the back of his head—seemed unbothered.

    Among the Occupiers

  • But not always, however, only since the death of YOU always near in memory however distant and buried in dunes of shifting time: my lovely black tulip: the days rove forth unbothered, as I water the earth for my tulip to nourish.

    Mr Goosevort

  • Personally I find that pretty damn irksome, and so am unbothered by any hurt feelings they may have over “anti-choice”.

    Matthew Yglesias » Combative Politics

  • Before Monday's game, the notion had not even occurred to Dunn, typically unbothered and unworried while lounging in a clubhouse recliner.

    Is tomorrow goodbye for Adam Dunn?


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