Definitions

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  • adj. Not jarred or shaken; calm, tranquil.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ jarred

Examples

  • He is earnest and unjarred when he writes that this stone weighs 200 pounds.

    The Book of the Damned

  • "Either you leave me unjarred by your English conventionalities, or you pay these miserable francs and go back to Lucerne alone!"

    Three Weeks

  • He was nearly beside himself with delight, which continued unjarred until he heard from his mother.

    Alec Forbes of Howglen

  • One could see in those wonderfully harmonious features that Aristotle was right when he discerned beauty in order and proportion; while another declared that he found there the evidence of Plato's doctrine of the identity of the good and the beautiful -- for this face was so lovely because it was the mirror of a soul which had been disembodied in the plenitude of maiden purity and virtue, unjarred by any discord; and this gave rise to a vehement discussion as to the essential nature of beauty and of virtue.

    A Thorny Path — Volume 01

  • Aristotle was right when he discerned beauty in order and proportion; while another declared that he found there the evidence of Plato's doctrine of the identity of the good and the beautiful -- for this face was so lovely because it was the mirror of a soul which had been disembodied in the plenitude of maiden purity and virtue, unjarred by any discord; and this gave rise to a vehement discussion as to the essential nature of beauty and of virtue.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Georg Ebers Works

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