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She was unsated with the world, unspoiled by men, unworried by the demands of society.
THE MAN FROM JERICHOEDWIN CARLILE LITSEY
Betty looked happy and unworried, a trim little figure in her tight, dark blue bathing suit.
BETTY LEE, SOPHOMOREDAVID GOODGER (GOODGER@PYTHON.ORG)
These fellows looked so unworried that he probably suspected they had a well-laid plan to escape.
"SAY FELLOWS--"WADE C. SMITH
And Bryce had arranged the operations that gave Orillo a new face, new fingerprints and an unworried future.
But he did remember that Hoddan had seemed unworried at breakfast and explained his calm by saying that he had a secret.
THE PIRATES OF ERSATZMURRAY LEINSTER
He could feel Horng too reaching slowly for contact; his presence was comfortable, mild, confused but unworried.
WARLORD OF KORTERRY GENE CARR
The big Irishman, however, seemed the most unworried fugitive at large.
THE HILLS OF DESIRERICHARD AUMERLE MAHER
After the comparison she could say No: a round, unworried, satisfying No.
He was serene, peaceful, and unworried, as he had not been for one moment since the inquest.
THE BONDBOYGEORGE W. (GEORGE WASHINGTON) OGDEN
He bethought him that this unworried peace was endurable only in the world to come.
MASHI AND OTHER STORIESRABINDRANATH TAGORE

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