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unalarmed

Syllabification: un·a·larmed
Pronunciation: /ˌənəˈlärmd
 
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Definition of unalarmed in English:

adjective

1Not anxious or concerned: they are remarkably uncomplaining and unalarmed he is unalarmed by the periodic press frenzies
More example sentences
  • Before the rupee's fall accelerated in the past few days, analysts had appeared unalarmed by the rupee's decline and were expecting a recovery.
  • Unalarmed as yet by my proximity the pair is nevertheless fully aware of it.
  • Walden is unalarmed to find him there, but within a few minutes, he starts having chest pains.
2Not fitted with an alarm: an unalarmed fire exit door
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  • Should the building be left unlocked and unalarmed, the organization will forfeit their deposit and must re-apply for use.
  • She left her second floor room and exited the hallway through an unalarmed stairwell door at the nursing home.
  • That night his only obstacle was the unalarmed safe itself.

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