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  • adj. Free of worries.

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  • adj. free of trouble and worry and care


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  • Lessor stopped and turned slowly, his ice blue eyes hard, his expression unworried, his smile slight and condescending.

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  • But the carrying of flowers, and other indications of a kind of unworried contentment, are now again becoming apparent on all sides.

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  • Obviously, a central concern is the Irish scrum and I have always been surprised at is just how 'unworried' Irish supporters are about it.

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  • Before Monday's game, the notion had not even occurred to Dunn, typically unbothered and unworried while lounging in a clubhouse recliner.

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  • This diving olive ridley sea turtle (above), from Mark Laita's collection of underwater images, 'Sea,' (Abrams, 200 pages, $50) , is a tolerant lord unworried by intrusion on his demesne.

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  • Despite the condemnation from the governor, newspaper editorialists and civic groups, senators of both parties seemed strikingly unworried about, or perhaps insulated from, public anger over the events.

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  • The company initially appeared unworried, in public at least.

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  • I really do agree with your reminder about the public's role (although sometimes it is not easy to be unworried when thinking about the sad state of general analytical - as opposed to emotional - thinking) in the country; and you are quite right that without some strong public interest (or motivation) there will be no incentive on the part of the government to increase in budget.

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  • Still, investors in Treasurys have appeared to be unworried by the ongoing debate over the borrowing limit.

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  • You would think they would have had sufficient faith in their own deity to be unworried, but no.

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