Definition of imperturbable in English:

imperturbable

Syllabification: im·per·turb·a·ble
Pronunciation: /ˌimpərˈtərbəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

Unable to be upset or excited; calm: an imperturbable tranquility
More example sentences
  • She looked down and felt a strange sense of imperturbable calm.
  • Through what is called neutrality of tone, philosophical discourse must also guarantee the neutrality or at least the imperturbable serenity that should accompany the relation to the true and the universal.
  • On the contrary, when all others have given up in despair, these persons stand imperturbable in the face of peril, relying for support not on material things, but on the soundness of reason and on their own superior judgement.
Synonyms

Origin

late Middle English: from late Latin imperturbabilis, from in- 'not' + perturbare (see perturb).

Derivatives

imperturbability

Pronunciation: /-tərbəˈbilitē/
noun
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  • Yet for many making the link, it is undoubtedly his imperturbability rather than consistency of play that informs comparisons.
  • Robert Mitchum, their co-star, was legendary for his imperturbability.
  • It is this imperturbability that marks him as something special.

imperturbably

adverb
More example sentences
  • ‘I'd hate to meet the bad cop,’ smiles Williams imperturbably - an exquisite one-liner.
  • For this book, Henry has devised a style - imperturbably sustained - that is numb with cold and hardly admitted hurt.
  • The tracking of the on-screen camera is steady in its course, carefully guided by the technicians at its controls, and imperturbably composed in its implicit attitude toward whatever vicissitudes of life may come within its purview.

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