Meaning of unfazed in English:


Pronunciation /ʌnˈfeɪzd/

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  • Not disconcerted or perturbed.

    • ‘the protestors were unfazed by the prospect of arrest’
    • ‘Passengers at Scotland's busiest airport are set to become the most unfazed and laid-back in Britain.’
    • ‘The soldier, who returned home to Fulford yesterday from Iraq, was unfazed at the prospect of being woken up at night by her crying.’
    • ‘He is unfazed by the prospect of a new and innovative competitor on Scottish Provident's patch.’
    • ‘She was unfazed by the prospect of any problems between her and current town councillors.’
    • ‘He's a good listener, open-minded and completely unfazed by her supreme competence.’
    • ‘We are, of course, assured by White House aides that President Bush is totally unfazed by all the current concern and doubt in the press.’
    • ‘Because Hannah has grown up in it she's used to seeing herself on TV and she's quite unfazed by it all, but I still find it exciting.’
    • ‘A roe deer nibbles the heather shoots, unfazed by our passing.’
    • ‘My host was unfazed and, before we left, to their delight and disbelief, he presented each of them with a million-dollar note.’
    • ‘The reporters sound stressed, the anchors sombre but unfazed.’
    • ‘Meanwhile, MacLeod will remain unfazed by such compliments while continuing his ascent to the sport's summit.’
    • ‘When she returned to the Isle of Wight to tell her parents that she would be leaving home and school to become a West End actress, they were unfazed.’
    • ‘As I know from my time spent in the Middle East, Palestinians are unfazed by the likely change in power this election will bring.’
    • ‘However, at visiting time relatives descended upon the hospital as usual, apparently unfazed by the outbreak.’
    • ‘Yeah, I had a chat with him afterwards and he seemed quite unfazed.’
    • ‘The young pair munch into burgers and chat away like good friends, unfazed by their on-screen familial conflict.’
    • ‘He is unfazed by the arrival of one of the world's richest men.’
    • ‘One of these gentlemen just happens to be the madwoman's father, a charming chap who seems unfazed by most things in this day and age.’
    • ‘Restoring such a vast shell of a castle would prove far too daunting for many property developers, but Browne was unfazed.’
    • ‘Burt is unfazed by the payment of such sums, pointing to America where rewards are commensurate with profits earned.’
    relaxed, even-tempered, equable, placid, mellow, mild, happy-go-lucky, serene, blithe, carefree, free and easy, nonchalant, insouciant, unruffled, unworried, untroubled, imperturbable, unexcitable