View definitions for imperturbable
adjective as in calm, collected
As Ladybug, an imperturbable, stonerish gun-for-hire, his exquisitely lanky I-don’t-care hair tucked under a dopy bucket hat, he’s fun to watch for about five minutes.
Nor did Eric Ellman, my wise and imperturbable guide to the Mexican-American border river.
Their remarks are made with an imperturbable gravity, without a gesture, or the movement of a muscle.
Imperturbable, on the platform, he seemed to be holding in leash the Wendover train whose engines were throbbing for flight.
"For preaching to the Infidels, and teaching them the dogmas of our Holy Faith," he replied, with imperturbable coolness.
Everything which has come down from the ancient monarchies is calm, impassive, imperturbable.
Carnot was there—'iron Carnot, far-planning, imperturbable'—and held the fortress till the Emperor abdicated.
On this page you'll find 66 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to imperturbable, such as: assured, complacent, composed, cool, cool as cucumber, and disimpassioned.
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