Definitions

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  • adv. In an unworried way; calmly, without anxiety.

Etymologies

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unworried +‎ -ly

Examples

  • Jasper's side of the big four-poster bed was uninhabited but, as he often slept in his dressing-room next door when he came home late, his wife went unworriedly to wake him.

    The Elvis Latte

  • Now, Basilan's biggest towns, once overrun by Abu Sayyaf and criminal groups, have become safe enough that a local Avon lady trolls unworriedly for customers.

    Nick Turse: Obama's Choice: Failed War President or the Prince of Peace?

  • Traveling unworriedly through Europe had been the least of my concerns.

    The Body

  • Pacing concernedly but unworriedly back and forth, checking readouts and statistics with his own eyes, the Lord Marshal followed the progress of the cam-paign.

    The Chronicles of Riddick

  • Dart said unworriedly, 'I didn't drive through the main gates at twenty past eight yesterday morning.'

    Decider

  • "They crate things well these days," Costa said unworriedly, sucking on

    The K-Factor

  • Basilan's biggest towns, once overrun by Abu Sayyaf and criminal groups, have become safe enough that a local Avon lady trolls unworriedly for customers.

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