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unflustered Syllabification: un·flus·tered
Pronunciation: /ənˈfləstərd/

Definition of unflustered in English:

adjective

Not agitated; calm and self-controlled: she seemed surprisingly unflustered by the delay
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  • Tony Blair arrived for prime minister's questions looking quite unflustered.
  • On board was an attractive, clever young Englishwoman who seemed surprisingly unflustered by the delay.
  • On countless occasions on Wednesday, the Swiss emerged unflustered with possession.

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