unfazed

adjective
un·fazed | \ˌən-ˈfāzd \

Definition of unfazed 

: not fazed : undaunted

Examples of unfazed in a Sentence

She was unfazed by the delay.

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Waterford seems unfazed and just doubles down on his manipulation by offering June more visits with Hannah, but June is done playing his games, Scrabble or otherwise. Emma Dibdin, Harper's BAZAAR, "The Handmaid's Tale Season 2 Finale Offers a Light in the Darkness," 11 July 2018 But Drake, who has been criticized by some as too commercial and too soft, is back on top seemingly unfazed. Mesfin Fekadu, chicagotribune.com, "Month after diss track, Drake emerges unfazed with new album," 29 June 2018 Asked at a news conference this week how mass expulsions can happen without more diplomatic treaties, Salvini sounded unfazed — but didn't give any details. Frances D'emilio, Fox News, "Italy vows to expel far more migrants, but it won't be easy," 22 June 2018 Asked at a news conference this week how mass expulsions can happen without more diplomatic treaties, Salvini sounded unfazed — but didn’t give any details. Washington Post, "Italy vows to expel far more migrants, but it won’t be easy," 22 June 2018 Yet, speaking at the Music Biz conference in Nashville on May 16, Pandora CEO Roger Lynch seemed unfazed. Cherie Hu, Billboard, "Spotify vs. Pandora: Which Radio Competitor Is Winning at the Ad-Supported Game?," 1 June 2018 The police department seemed unfazed by the avalanche of comments, many of which were flirtatiously risqué, to say the least. Joel Shannon, USA TODAY, "'Officer Adam' has left social media swooning with this seatbelt safety photo," 3 July 2018 The dollar also rose, while stock markets were largely unfazed. Alan Murray, Fortune, "Iran Sanctions, SoftBank Boo-Boo, Net Neutrality: CEO Daily for May 9, 2018," 9 May 2018 While broadcasting to his followers live on Facebook, Eisenman's daughter, Divina, began to cry — Eisenman was holding the newborn in bed and, like a pro, seemed unfazed by her wails. Sarah Schreiber, Good Housekeeping, "Parents Are Obsessed With This Dad's Trick That Stops a Crying Baby in Seconds," 28 Apr. 2017

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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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