Definition of unperturbed in English:

unperturbed

Line breaks: un|per¦turbed
Pronunciation: /ʌnpəˈtəːbd
 
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adjective

Not perturbed or concerned: Kenneth seems unperturbed by the news
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  • However, the filmmaker who cleared the film with the censor board earlier this month seems unperturbed by the controversies.
  • The man whose Naya Theatre group revived theatre in the 60's is unperturbed by controversy and likes to move on.
  • The life-like bambini appeared unperturbed, their faces calm and angelic, their wide eyes turned to the sky.
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unperturbedly

adverb
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  • On the last, Lowry unperturbedly observed, ‘It was because it was an explosive issue and museums happened to be part of the tinder in the fire.’
  • And if you have to ask, you'll never find out,’ Shelley said unperturbedly.
  • As the two females got back to their feet and straightened, they coolly observed Evelyn, who regarded them just as unperturbedly.

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