Definition of "imperturbation" [im•per•tur•ba•tion]
Freedom from agitation of mind; calmness.(noun)
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"These strictures are pronounced on all sides at the present day, in spite of the very significant silence and imperturbation (not to say supination) of"
"And, after all, she only voiced the general opinion of the school, which, by an unwritten law, had established a calm imperturbation as the height of good breeding."
"The woman's strength and determination contrasted with the man's weakness and vacillation; her reasoning imperturbation, prudent foresight, and love of order and activity, with his excessive irritability and sensitiveness, wanton carelessness, and unconquerable propensity to idleness and every kind of irregularity."