from The Century Dictionary.
- Free from perplexity or complication; simple.
- Not perplexed; not harassed; not embarrassed.
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- adjective Not
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- adjective experiencing no difficulty or confusion or bewilderment
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Mothers Day what more do the disfranchised the underprivileged expect somnolent society unperceptive unperplexed on the steps of the Jamma Masjid human rejects ,, a gateway to Gods house where man ignores the Mother only God respects dedicated to all beggar mothers..and also to fathers that took the mantle of motherhood..for one reason or the other..
You have the unperplexed attitude of a boy raised by priests.
They have but a single idea to present at a time, he said; they seize without hesitation on the first words that offer for its expression, unperplexed by any such choice of terms as would surely occur to maturer minds; and most important of all, perhaps, they are wholly unembarrassed by limiting qualifications arising from a fuller knowledge of the subject.
It was a soft and tranquil atmosphere, it was a world (I think now) very happy and unperplexed.
Sorrow may be soothed by quiet loveliness, but perplexities absorb all our faculties, and we do not heed the beauty of the world, which is simple and unperplexed.
Happy will it be if our choice should be directed by a judicious estimate of our true interests, unperplexed and unbiased by considerations not connected with the public good.
Jack's eyes were for all this beauty, -- "the vast, unconscious scenery of my land," the line that drifted in his thoughts, -- his own consciousness, taken up into his contemplation, seeming as vast and as unperplexed.
The moving air neither struck nor caressed, but there breathed a sense of coming and going, unhurried and unperplexed, from far away to far away.
For my part, I was fascinated by the exquisite grace and beauty of that fluted grove, crowned with pointed leaves and feathery heads, the lightness, the vigour, the charm as distinct as a voice of that unperplexed luxuriating life.
His blond curls clustered above a brow almost as innocent as a child's; his frank and brave blue eyes, his free step, his mellow laugh, bespoke the perfect animal, unharmed by civilization, unperplexed by the closing century's fallacies and passions.