Definitions

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  • adjective Not startled.

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Examples

  • But he restrained himself at sight of Billy's unstartled body and cold and cloudy ayes.

    CHAPTER VIII

  • The patient, drooping horse might have given him away, but there was no groom holding it, and it stood its ground silently, unstartled, as he stole past, a hand raised to caress and beseech acceptance.

    A Caregiver's Homage To The Very Old

  • Caroline thought she knew who had drawn near: she received the touch unstartled.

    Shirley, by Charlotte Bronte

  • She said something to Rey, who lifted his head slightly, chasing the jay but leaving the sparrows unstartled.

    THE BODY ARTIST

  • She said something to Rey, who lifted his head slightly, chasing the jay but leaving the sparrows unstartled.

    THE BODY ARTIST

  • She said something to Rey, who lifted his head slightly, chasing the jay but leaving the sparrows unstartled.

    THE BODY ARTIST

  • She said something to Rey, who lifted his head slightly, chasing the jay but leaving the sparrows unstartled.

    THE BODY ARTIST

  • She had neither seen nor heard his approach, but she was curiously unstartled, unsurprised.

    One Night for Love

  • But he said in a measured and unstartled voice: 'Yes, I am Cuthred.

    The Hermit of Eyton Forest

  • But he said in a measured and unstartled voice: 'Yes, I am Cuthred.

    The Hermit of Eyton Forest

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