unfussed

adjective
un·fussed | \ˌən-ˈfəst \

Definition of unfussed 

1 : not agitated or upset : not fussed How you had to be completely calm and unfussed yet draw out the day by doing masses of different things until the last moment.— John Le Carré … very small, unfussed, with no apparent memory … of his intrusion the night before.— V. S. Naipaul

2 : not concerned with small details : not fussy … evoked in a friendly, unfussed prose whose wit is so discreet that we could easily miss it altogether.— Michael Wood

First Known Use of unfussed

1907, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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