Without trouble or disturbance; calm: untroubled sleep. (adjective)
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Use "untroubled" in a sentence
"'reconciliation' -- is already completed; how much more will He do all that remains to be done, since He has it to do, not by death agonies any more, but in untroubled 'life,' and no longer for enemies, but for friends -- from whom, at every stage of it, He receives the grateful response of redeemed and adoring souls?"
"It was not, as I remember, a fixed look or a determined look; it was the kind of untroubled careless glance a man might cast over his shoulder who heard a dog bark."
"In their later years (he died in 1999), they talked regularly and at last settled into the kind of untroubled companionship that had eluded them during their marriage."