from The Century Dictionary.
- In an unconcerned manner; without concern or anxiety.
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- adverb in an unconcerned manner
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Carrillo rose, glanced carelessly at his type-written manuscript and announced its title unconcernedly:
A boy of about twelve, presumably the son of the arrested farmer, had walked past us while we slept, and was fishing unconcernedly from the rocks.
I walked on unconcernedly, which is no easy thing to do when the chances are good that the next step you take may be anticipated by a .38 bullet or something equally lethal in the base of the skull, but walk I did, for to turn round armed with nothing but a hollowed-out Bible in my left hand -- my gun was still in my belt -- seemed a sure way of precipitating that involuntary pressure of the nervous trigger-finger.
"Don't see him about," Paul remarked unconcernedly, and we set off across the fields.
Not a word was spoken, and Bella went on unconcernedly with the dishes, while St. Vincent rolled, a shaky cigarette and wondered if it had been a dream.
"Oh, bachin;" Jerry tried to answer unconcernedly, as if it were a very ordinary sort of thing.
He unconcernedly kept his cigar alive at such times that the mob drowned his voice.
He looked about more unconcernedly, sharply observant, every detail of the pretty interior registering itself on his brain.
To take just one example, contemplate for a moment a small miracle that occurs around 11 o'clock each night at the 96th Street subway stop on the Lexington Avenue line: residents pour out of the subway and disappear into the darkness, heading unconcernedly home.
But it comes only to the patient, who are there as though eternity lay before them, so unconcernedly still and wide.