Free from emotional agitation or nervous tension(adjective)
WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.
Use "unflurried" in a sentence
"Venus's relaxed, graceful body seems more composed than observed, a harmonious symphony of idealized curves, the skin tones blended with a calm, unflurried hand."
"With but a single flap and no quiver of wing the osprey rights itself and sails away (a methodic, unflurried flight) with fleeter white-belly in pursuit, which when within striking distance swoops again, to be faced by the grim, outstretched talons of the osprey, who has turned in flight with machine-like precision."
"He was neither excited nor depressed; was easy and acute and deliberate — unhurried unflurried unworried, only at most a little less amused than usual."