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imperturbable
used in 1776

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Definition
not easily upset or disturbed
  • Washington was no less a commanding presence than ever, and except for his raging outburst at Kips Bay, he seemed imperturbable, entirely in control.
    p. 226.2
  • WASHINGTON IS SAID TO HAVE WEPT as he watched the tragedy unfold from across the river, and though this seems unlikely, given his well-documented imperturbability, he surely wept within his soul.
    p. 244.3

There are no more uses of "imperturbable" in 1776.

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