Definitions

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  • adj. Not troubling.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ troubling

Examples

  • The non-sequitors and scenarios people come up with as possible issues or concerns are shockingly untroubling.

    Matthew Yglesias » For Judicial Term Limits

  • Although Malcolm Bruce was the only one of the 37 Lib Dem backbenchers to wave his order paper in support of the budget when George Osborne, the chancellor, wound up his budget speech, the party's new elected deputy leader, Simon Hughes, also issued an untroubling statement.

    Liberal Democrats divisions emerge over budget

  • He pulled up a chair and sat next to her, his nearness untroubling.

    Paper Hearts

  • To be sure, these are not untroubling developments.

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • But this contradiction remained latent and untroubling until the price collapse of 1986.

    The Prize

  • Some people I work with who live alone for long periods without a relationship find that, yes, they have sexual yearnings from time to time, but when they focus on what they can have and cultivate those pleasures, the longing becomes quiescent and untroubling—but not dead.

    Living Alone and Loving It

  • The haze was thin and untroubling at first, not much more than a thickening of the air, a graying of the light.

    The Elf Queen of Shannara

  • That task they should have allotted to some old hardened sinner like me, who would view and enjoy, and return untroubled and untroubling, not this vulnerable boy who surely can never else have been alone in a room with a woman since his mother let him be taken out of her arms.

    The Rose Rent

  • But he did not slide back into unconsciousness again as the throbbing torture became something remote and untroubling.

    Star Hunter

  • He saw two eyes gazing at his, untroubled, untroubling, out of the desert night.

    O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1921

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