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unruffled

uhn ruh fuhld

  • s  free from emotional agitation or nervous tension
    with contented mind and unruffled spirit"- Anthony Trollope
  • s  (of a body of water) free from disturbance by heavy waves
    unruffled water

  • On the feminine topics of ruffles and steatopygia, a slim, unruffled expert made sense last week.
  • While Mendoza remained in custody, charged with assault and attempted murder (maximum penalty: 15 years), the Pope went on about his schedule unruffled.
  • Merkel, 54, remains popular, her steady hand and unruffled temperament winning admirers in Germany and around the world.
News & Articles

  • Dining Out: Torque Coffee an inviting place to sit and sip
    Torque Coffee just celebrated its first anniversary in downtown Vancouver. I've been to some very cool coffee places on both sides of the river, and I find Torque possesses attributes of each, pulling off its one-of-a-kind character with ease. Barely a block away from the Interstate 5 southbound freeway entrance, Torque is industrial, unruffled, and inviting.
    June 21, 2013 - The Columbian
Quotes

  • Rupert Everett in Washington Blade
    Julia and Ben [Bratt] appeared out of an explosion of flashlights, looking glossy and unruffled,Everett writes.
  • Ieng Sary in TIME
    (Pol Pot is a nom de guerre adopted in 1970.) "You could not tell from his face what he was feeling," said Ieng Sary, the former Khmer Rouge Foreign Minister. "Many people misunderstood that-he would smile his unruffled smile, and then they...
  • Peggy Noonan in Washington Post
    Peggy Noonan, the former Ronald Reagan speechwriter, wrote in the Wall Street Journal that Obama had won "with a classy campaign, an unruffled manner, and an appeal on the stump that said every day, through the lines: Look at who I am and see me,...

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