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unphased

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[ uhn-feyzd ]
/ ənˈfeɪzd /
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adjective
implemented all at once rather than gradually in stages:In one scenario, the pension eligibility age is raised from 65 to 67 over 8 years; the other has a single unphased increase to 70.
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[ uhn-feyzd ]
/ ənˈfeɪzd /

adjective
an uncommon variant of unfazed.
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