imperturbable imperturbable


  • (adj) not easily perturbed or excited or upset; marked by extreme calm and composure

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  1. Dapper gentlemen with quick eyes and imperturbable faces frequent, or used to frequent, a little restaurant at 50th Street and Broadway, Manhattan.
  2. In Holland, the imperturbable Inspector Maigret deals with a crime of passion: the popping off of philandering Popinga.
  3. Dean was Lewis's public enabler; by acting as the imperturbable wall against which the kid's maniacal energy kept bouncing, he translated Jer to the mainstream audience.


  • Father, son run India's Apollo Tyres

    The father-son team leading Apollo Tyres of India has been imperturbable despite vehement criticism for strapping their company with a huge debt to buy a corporation twice its size, Cooper Tire & Rubber Co.
    on June 22, 2013     Source: The Findlay Courier


  1. "The real thing about her was her imperturbable manner and her constant good nature. She could edit a story so fast and so deftly and a few minutes later your story would be better," recalled Mr. Bernstein, who got his start in journalism as a...
    on Jun 28, 2009 By: Carl Bernstein Source: Washington Times

  2. In his book, Battlelines, Abbott says of Minchin that he is "an effective political warrior ...... imperturbable under attack."
    on Mar 23, 2010 By: Tony Abbott Source: ABC Online

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