Definition of unflappable in English:

unflappable

Line breaks: un|flap¦pable
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈflapəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

informal
Having or showing calmness in a crisis: I prided myself on being unflappable even in the most chaotic circumstances self-contained, unflappable Glaswegian common sense
More example sentences
  • Malati, a sedate old female, was a placid soul, unflappable even in a crisis.
  • For almost all his career he's been regarded as one of the game's more astute players - unflappable, controlled.
  • It was a supremely rational column that made it sound like I had it all together, unflappable in the face of grief.
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unflappability

Pronunciation: /-ˈbɪlɪti/
noun
More example sentences
  • And there are two other important survivor indicators: optimism and unflappability.
  • Londoners take a pride in their unflappability at times like this and no one panicked - people thought it was just another major upset on the Tube.
  • The editor, a man known for his unflappability, ordered Billy to be left alone, in the belief he would eventually shut up.

unflappably

adverb
More example sentences
  • No doubt in the referee's mind and Brady himself strode, ball in hand, to the penalty spot before unflappably tucking the spot kick home.
  • Parker handles it unflappably, though, and says if he is asked the question 5,500 more times, he'll answer it 5,500 more times in the same calm, thoughtful way.
  • ‘But I suppose I can make an exception in this case,’ Jack added as unflappably as ever.

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