unfazed

adjective
un·​fazed | \ ˌən-ˈfāzd How to pronounce unfazed (audio) \

Definition of unfazed

: not fazed : undaunted

Examples of unfazed in a Sentence

She was unfazed by the delay.

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His father, who worked in real estate, would find Vescovo miles from home, unfazed. The Economist, "The last of the great explorers," 6 Sep. 2019 Another defeat followed away at Stamford Bridge but, nevertheless, the signs were there of a player in the making, with Wan-Bissaka looking unfazed when facing the challenge posed by the likes of Kane, Romelu Lukaku and Eden Hazard. SI.com, "Aaron Wan-Bissaka: 5 Things to Know About the Starlet Ahead of His £50m Manchester United Move," 27 June 2019 Warren remained unfazed, arguing that government-run healthcare — which Biden opposes — would have a significant impact on corporations and the rich but leave middle-class Americans with more money in their pockets. Los Angeles Times, "7 takeaways from the Democratic debate in Houston," 12 Sep. 2019 Francine Streich, a mother whose child was killed by a falling tree during Hurricane Sandy, seemed unfazed when Biden launched a political pitch without offering his condolences. Eren Orbey, The New Yorker, "The Growing Impatience for Action at CNN’s Climate-Change Town Halls," 5 Sep. 2019 Surveillance video released by Massachusetts State Police shows the unfazed and infuriated 33-year-old former Israeli army soldier sprinting to overtake the unidentified man. Washington Post, "‘Wrong person to mess with’: Woman chases down male flasher," 26 July 2019 The conflict among these groups surfaces throughout Inland; in one surreal episode, drawn in part from Beale’s diary, a steamship chugs upriver just as the fleet of camels reaches its shores, while a group of Mojave people look on, unfazed. Katherine Cusumano, Outside Online, "The Forgotten History Behind ‘Inland’," 18 Aug. 2019 Ren Zhengfei took Huawei into Kenya, a country that today remains unfazed by the West's concerns about the company's ties to Beijing. CNN, "How China is slowly expanding its power in Africa, one TV set at a time," 23 July 2019 So far, the Trump administration and its allies remain unfazed. New York Times, "Trump Mixes Economic and National Security, Plunging the U.S. Into Multiple Fights," 8 June 2019

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First Known Use of unfazed

1945, in the meaning defined above

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unfazed

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of unfazed

: not confused, worried, or shocked by something that has happened

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