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unfazed

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Pronunciation: /ʌnˈfeɪzd
 
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Definition of unfazed in English:

adjective

informal
Not disconcerted or perturbed: the protestors were unfazed by the prospect of arrest
More example sentences
  • Passengers at Scotland's busiest airport are set to become the most unfazed and laid-back in Britain.
  • The soldier, who returned home to Fulford yesterday from Iraq, was unfazed at the prospect of being woken up at night by her crying.
  • He is unfazed by the prospect of a new and innovative competitor on Scottish Provident's patch.

Words that rhyme with unfazed

unglazed

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