imperturbability[ im-per-tur-buh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF imperturbability
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPERTURBABILITY
We all looked at Mr. Blair, who gazed with imperturbability at Waters.
He gazed on us from behind the mask of his Indian imperturbability.
He was determined to break down the other's wall of imperturbability.
Nothing kept him in check save the imperturbability of the seated figure.
Quasimodo had resumed, to all appearance, his first imperturbability.
His face had an almost African imperturbability, impassive, incomprehensible.
That, at all events, was evident to him, even in her imperturbability.
I back a woman's wits against a statesman's imperturbability.
Sister forgot her imperturbability, gave a jump, and began to roar.
His power seemed almost Napoleonic; his imperturbability was absolute.