Word of the Day: imperturbable

im·per·turb·able adjective \ˌim-pər-ˈtər-bə-bəl\

: very calm : very hard to disturb or upset

Full Definition of IMPERTURBABLE

: marked by extreme calm, impassivity, and steadiness : serene
im·per·turb·abil·i·ty\-ˌtər-bə-ˈbi-lə-tē\noun
im·per·turb·ably\-ˈtər-bə-blē\adverb
 
Examples of IMPERTURBABLE
  1. Although he seems outwardly imperturbable, he can get very angry at times.
  2. <the chef was absolutely imperturbable—even when the kitchen caught on fire>

Origin of IMPERTURBABLE

Middle English, from Late Latin imperturbabilis, from Latin in- + perturbare to perturb

First Known Use: 15th century

Definition source: http://www.merriam-webster.com

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