Examples of unflappable in a Sentence
He has a reputation for being unflappable.
the unflappable teacher never even blinked when the wall map came crashing down
Recent Examples of unflappable from the Web
At news conferences, McConnell is unflappable, deflecting reporters who regularly bait him to criticize Trump.
Everyone, that is, but the unflappable soloist, Vadim Gluzman, who rode the Russian warhorse to victory.
In Thursday's win over Baylor, the normally unflappable Romero committed two errors at third base.
The lanky Kansan is known for being unflappable in the face of questions and criticism.
Roger Moore, 89, the suave British actor who starred in seven James Bond movies and brought a likable, comedic dimension to the unflappable secret agent, died after a short battle with cancer, his family said Tuesday.
Pittsburgh has been nearly unflappable in the face of adversity under Mike Sullivan, going 12-2 in playoff games following a loss over the last two springs.
Mica’s unflappable attitude extended to houseguests, though not all of them felt the same way, as Pigozzi recalls of a stay at a villa in Barbados that the Erteguns had rented.
The day the unflappable Ms. DeRoss broke down Ms. DeRoss had the composure of an ER doctor.
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Origin and Etymology of unflappable
1un- + 1flap (state of excitement) + -able
First Known Use: 1954See Words from the same year
UNFLAPPABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unflappable for English Language Learners
: not easily upset : unusually calm in difficult situations
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