untroubled

adjective
un·​trou·​bled | \ ˌən-ˈtrə-bəld How to pronounce untroubled (audio) \

Definition of untroubled

1 : not given trouble : not made uneasy untroubled by the age difference

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Examples of untroubled in a Sentence

she remains untroubled despite the chaos around her quietly canoeing on the untroubled waters of the lake
Recent Examples on the Web Incumbents can generally expect lengthy tenure untroubled by electoral opponents, with voter indifference reflected in minimal turnout on Election Day. Andrew Cockburn, Harper's magazine, "Power of Attorney," 16 Sep. 2019 Almost a year on, Kavanaugh's tenure has been largely untroubled by the controversy. NBC News, "Trump defends Brett Kavanaugh after sexual misconduct allegations resurface," 15 Sep. 2019 Several people confirmed that gangsters are around, but residents largely feel free to go about their lives and business untroubled. Washington Post, "Drowned father, daughter left humble origins in El Salvador," 28 June 2019 Easy Rider, with its plot involving free love, a cross-country motorcycle trip and lots of drugs, became a grand temple of counterculture cinema, and Fonda’s Wyatt–a lanky, untroubled adventurer open to the world–its patron saint. Stephanie Zacharek, Time, "Remembering Peter Fonda as a Counterculture Star," 22 Aug. 2019 De Gea was forced to make a few smart saves in the first half -- but remained largely untroubled in the second. George Ramsay, CNN, "Chelsea humbled by Manchester United on Premier League opening weekend," 11 Aug. 2019 The film doesn’t try to slant the viewer against the intruding newcomers, but rather seeks to show the ways in which even the seemingly peaceful, untroubled corners of the planet are being destabilized by human interference. David Sims, The Atlantic, "Honeyland Makes the Story of a Lonely Beekeeper Feel Epic," 25 July 2019 The Scots have an untroubled relationship with pop pleasure. John Adamian, courant.com, "Chvrches playing Scottish synth-pop at College Street," 28 June 2019 Soft rock went out of favor, then back in favor, as a new generation of listeners embraced the pleasure of McDonald’s, untroubled by the weird style wars of the previous century. John Adamian, courant.com, "Soulful Michael McDonald and Chaka Khan at Foxwoods," 14 June 2019

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First Known Use of untroubled

15th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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The first known use of untroubled was in the 15th century

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untroubled

adjective
un·​trou·​bled | \ ˌən-ˈtrə-bəld How to pronounce untroubled (audio) \

Kids Definition of untroubled

: not troubled : free from worry

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