unconcerned


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Synonyms for unconcerned

Synonyms for unconcerned

Antonyms for unconcerned

lacking in interest or care or feeling

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easy in mind

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not occupied or engaged with

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References in classic literature ?
My friend spoke in his frankest and most unconcerned manner.
Outwardly I trust that I appear as unconcerned as they.
Sally, for her part, seemed very unconcerned about it all.
The Lord Chancellor leaned back in his very easy chair with his elbow on the cushioned arm and his forehead resting on his hand; some of those who were present dozed; some read the newspapers; some walked about or whispered in groups: all seemed perfectly at their ease, by no means in a hurry, very unconcerned, and extremely comfortable.
I wasn't quite sure if you expected me," I said, trying to seem unconcerned.
He had so anticipated the emotions he would experience on this occasion that now he felt nothing: he was as unconcerned as though he were going for a few days' holiday.
During this apostrophe - half serious, half ironical - Athos and Raoul preserved the coolest, most unconcerned silence.
Rostov saw how the Emperor's rather round shoulders shuddered as if a cold shiver had run down them, how his left foot began convulsively tapping the horse's side with the spur, and how the well-trained horse looked round unconcerned and did not stir.
Rising and falling with smooth and graceful movements in the hollows of the waves they seemed singularly detached and unconcerned.
Circumstance was almost sure to be on the side of Rosamond's idea, which had a shaping activity and looked through watchful blue eyes, whereas Lydgate's lay blind and unconcerned as a jelly-fish which gets melted without knowing it.
Jane wondered at their apparent apathy, and a moment later her wonder turned to amazement as she saw the great cat come quite close to the apes, who appeared entirely unconcerned by its presence, and, squatting down in their midst, fell assiduously to the business of preening, which occupies most of the waking hours of the cat family.
Then, keeping down the agitation which was raging in his breast, he took up the rake, smoothed the ground, so as to leave it on his retiring in the same state as he had found it, and, quite abashed and rueful, walked back to the door, affecting the unconcerned air of an ordinary visitor of the garden.
I sauntered round, with the most unconcerned manner I could assume, to the back of the house, by the inn yard.
At public dinners when the health of the author of Waverley was drunk, people would look meaningly at Scott, but he would appear quite unconcerned, and drink the health and cheer with the rest.
Two youths with foolish and cheery countenances were being piloted over, and she threw at them the same quick glance of unconcerned wisdom.