Examples of unconcerned in a Sentence
She's unconcerned about that issue.
The economy seems to be slowing down, but many investors remain unconcerned.
Recent Examples of unconcerned from the Web
Yellen was equally unconcerned over how a crash in the price of bitcoin might affect wider markets or institutions, largely because big banks didn’t appear to be exposed significantly to its value.
AC Milan boss Gennaro Gattuso remains unconcerned over the future of goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, with the Italian stopper out of contract in the summer.
The Trump administration was clearly unconcerned about any of these potential ill effects.
While Hazard himself appears unconcerned by personal recognition, his club manager Antonio Conte paying tribute to his talisman.
Sessions was unconcerned with the facts, though, choosing instead to push his favorite pet theories: that drug use is driving homicide rates and that aggressive policing and prosecution would rein in the problem.
Based on my research, employers generally seemed unconcerned that fixing a credit report can easily take weeks or months, much longer than most job positions remain open.
As in 1971, today the great powers have been largely unconcerned.
In the hours before their games, the players seemed unconcerned with the attention surrounding them.
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First Known Use of unconcerned
Synonym Discussion of unconcerned
- indifferent to the dictates of fashion
- unconcerned about the homeless
- incurious about the world
- aloof from his coworkers
- observed family gatherings with detached amusement
- judged by a panel of disinterested observers
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