Meaning of unflappability in English:


Pronunciation /ʌnflapəˈbɪlɪti/



See unflappable

‘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.’
  • ‘These might be considered the qualities of a well-brought-up, old-fashioned lady, except that the propriety included a spirit of unflappability that marked her as a public woman.’
  • ‘The British War Office prized this horse for war use because of its strength, endurance, hardiness, disposition, tractability and unflappability.’