untroubled

[ uhn-truhb-uh ld ]
/ ʌnˈtrʌb əld /

adjective

without trouble, discomfort, or disturbance: an easy, untroubled life;He was untroubled by daily setbacks.

Origin of untroubled

First recorded in 1480–90; un-1 + trouble + -ed2
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untroubled

/ (ʌnˈtrʌbləd) /

adjective

not feeling, showing, or involving anxiety, worry, or discomfort
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Word Origin and History for untroubled

untroubled


adj.

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

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