View definitions for unconcerned
adjective as in carefree; apathetic
Meanwhile, Clare seems unconcerned with the possibility of being found out.
Overall, the FDA seems unconcerned with low doses of the extract in food and wellness items.
He seemed unconcerned when he was called a “homer,” openly favoring the team he had been associated with for six decades.
Nevertheless, analysts on the conference call were generally unconcerned about the weaker-than-expected guidance and instead were excited about Microsoft’s strong financial performance during a time of economic instability.
Brady said she now hopes to fill Carson’s position, but remains unconcerned about the void left behind.
“When you take on a service job of this kind you accept that that might happen,” he says, seemingly unconcerned.
Of these popular perceptions, institutional leaders were dismissive, unconcerned, or unsure.
One Democratic operative was relatively unconcerned with the long-term consequences.
With no second-guessing, throw every idea into the ether, unconcerned with what might stick.
"[The sheriff's] attitude was apathetic, unconcerned and uninterested from the start," adds Sutton.
But if he was unconcerned as to family descent, he was far from indifferent as to nationality.
It was reported that some of the girls were either unconcerned or unashamed, and even proud, of what they had done.
I did what I could to keep myself unconcerned in it, having some things of my own to do before I would appear high in anything.
So she began walking about the deck with an unconcerned and careless air, as if she had been an old sailor.
But the seigneurs, half intoxicated and unconcerned at the sufferings of the love-sick woman, answered her with jests.
On this page you'll find 125 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unconcerned, such as: inattentive, indifferent, nonchalant, oblivious, uninterested, and uninvolved.
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