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untroubled

[uhn-truhb-uh ld] /ʌnˈtrʌb əld/
adjective
1.
without trouble, discomfort, or disturbance: an easy, untroubled life;
He was untroubled by daily setbacks.
Origin of untroubled
1480-1490
1480-90; un-1 + trouble + -ed2
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  • It will be sweet to sleep, untroubled by dreams of void and hunger.

  • How many of us can say that our consciences are so untroubled as that?

  • The dignity of her bearing was lost in household ease, the pensiveness of her expression in an untroubled serene sweetness.

    The Parisians, Complete Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  • Her eyes, untroubled, scarcely left my face; I feared to let mine leave hers.

    Desert Dust Edwin L. Sabin
  • For fully a minute, with calm and untroubled face, his lips keep moving and his gaze is concentrated on Kwan-Yin.

  • Hastings put more intensity into his scrutiny of her smooth, untroubled face.

    No Clue James Hay
British Dictionary definitions for untroubled

untroubled

/ʌnˈtrʌbləd/
adjective
1.
not feeling, showing, or involving anxiety, worry, or discomfort
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Word Origin and History for untroubled
adj.

late 15c., from un- (1) "not" + past participle of trouble (v.).

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