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Origin of imperturbable
Examples from the Web for imperturbable
Nor did Eric Ellman, my wise and imperturbable guide to the Mexican-American border river.
Upon my return Helen was looking her imperturbable neat self.I Walked in Arden|Jack Crawford
His imperturbable scent is a confused power of vision in what is twilight to us.The Man Who Laughs|Victor Hugo
That young man, while as imperturbable and languid in movement as ever, concealed an excitement.The Riverman|Stewart Edward White
c.1500, from Middle French imperturbable and directly from Late Latin imperturbabilis "that cannot be disturbed" (Augustine), from assimilated form of in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + *perturbabilis, from Latin perturbare "to confuse, disturb" (see perturb). Related: Imperturbably; imperturbability.