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  1. not easily perturbed or excited or upset; marked by extreme calm and composure
    hitherto imperturbable, he now showed signs of alarm
    an imperturbable self-possession
    unflappable in a crisis
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How To Use imperturbable In A Sentence

  • Brief style shows imperturbable, introverted and individual quality.
  • But Tamara was as imperturbable as a diamond and despite Hanuman's manipulations and veiled attacks, she continued to smile and sparkle. THE BROKEN GOD
  • - asyntactic; irregular; pertaining to ataxy. adj. - of or pertaining to freedom from anxiety or emotional disturbance; calm and imperturbable Xml's
  • an imperturbable self-possession
  • But the next step is the mannequins, that imperturbable army of shopwindow-style dolls. Times, Sunday Times
  • How one couchant beast, with its imperturbable gravitas, a heraldic chunk of London itself, moved without lifting a paw, from the site on the south bank of the Thames being cleared for the Festival of Britain in 1951, to Waterloo Station with its martial trappings, and on to its present eminence alongside the decommissioned County Hall. The Festival of Britain, 60 years on
  • Despite the exclamation mark, he talks in the flat, imperturbable vowels of Sussex, his voice rising not so much in volume as in exasperation.
  • Buddhism is the pursuit of inner-peace through meditation - through his own, diligent efforts, the Buddhist hopes to arrive at this imperturbable, sanguine state of being.
  • Earl Alexander was a military commander with little taste for panache but distinguished by imperturbable confidence.
  • I had various curious cases against him at the Bar - hard and evenly fought battles - in which he was imperturbable.
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