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The synonyms of “Undisturbed” are: serene, tranquil, relaxed, unruffled, unperturbed, unflustered, unagitated, unmoved, unbothered, untroubled, windless, still, quiet, peaceful, pacific, restful, balmy, halcyon
Undisturbed as an Adjective
Definitions of "Undisturbed" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “undisturbed” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Not disturbed.
- Untroubled by interference or disturbance.
Synonyms of "Undisturbed" as an adjective (18 Words)
|balmy||Informal or slang terms for mentally irregular.|
It used to drive my husband balmy.
|halcyon||Marked by peace and prosperity.|
The halcyon days of the clipper trade.
|pacific||Relating to or bordering the Pacific Ocean.|
A pacific gesture.
|peaceful||Peacefully resistant in response to injustice.|
His peaceful mood vanished.
|quiet||Of the sun characterized by a low level of surface phenomena like sunspots e.g.|
I ll have a quiet word with him.
|relaxed||(of a muscle or other body part) not tense.|
We were having a great time and feeling very relaxed.
|restful||Affording physical or mental rest.|
The rooms were cool and restful.
|serene||Completely clear and fine.|
Her eyes were closed and she looked very serene.
|still||(of a drink) not effervescent.|
The sheriff commanded him to stand still and drop the gun.
|tranquil||Not agitated; without losing self-possession.|
A lake of tranquil blue water reflecting a tranquil blue sky.
|unagitated||Not agitated; without losing self-possession.|
|unbothered||Not worried or concerned.|
She was unbothered by the mess in the sink.
|unflustered||Free from emotional agitation or nervous tension.|
She seemed surprisingly unflustered by the delay.
Her opponents were unmoved and plan to return to court.
|unperturbed||Free from emotional agitation or nervous tension- Anthony Trollope.|
Kenneth seems unperturbed by the news.
|unruffled||Free from disturbance by heavy waves.|
The unruffled waters of the lake.
|untroubled||Free from fear or doubt; easy in mind.|
|windless||Without or almost without wind.|
He prefers windless days for playing golf.
Usage Examples of "Undisturbed" as an adjective
- He could pursue his studies undisturbed.
- The tombs had lain undisturbed for 2,500 years.
- A quiet weekend of undisturbed tranquillity.
Associations of "Undisturbed" (30 Words)
|angelic||Having a sweet nature befitting an angel or cherub.|
|beatific||Imparting holy bliss.|
A beatific smile.
|blessed||Roman Catholic proclaimed one of the blessed and thus worthy of veneration.|
Our blessed land.
|calm||Become quiet or calm especially after a state of agitation.|
His usual calm deserted him.
|carefree||Free of trouble and worry and care.|
We were young and carefree.
|casual||A youth belonging to a subculture characterized by the wearing of expensive casual clothing and frequently associated with football hooliganism.|
|cool||Great coolness and composure under strain.|
A cool autumn day.
|creator||Used as a name for God.|
Water the creator of climate and weather.
|devout||Totally committed to a cause or belief.|
The most devout environmentalist.
|divine||Resulting from divine providence.|
Paintings of shipwrecks being prevented by divine intervention.
|easy||With ease easy is sometimes used informally for easily.|
An easy good natured manner.
|godly||Emanating from God-Saturday Review.|
How to live the godly life.
|halcyon||(Greek mythology) a woman who was turned into a kingfisher.|
A halcyon atmosphere.
|hallowed||Worthy of religious veneration.|
Jerusalem s hallowed soil.
|happy-go-lucky||Presaging or likely to bring good luck.|
|heavenly||Of or belonging to heaven or god.|
|insouciant||Showing a casual lack of concern.|
An elegantly insouciant manner.
|inviolable||Must be kept sacred.|
An inviolable rule of chastity.
|leisurely||In an unhurried way or at one’s convenience.|
At a leisurely or easygoing pace.
|nonchalant||Marked by blithe unconcern.|
Drove his car with nonchalant abandon.
|pilgrimage||Go on a pilgrimage.|
Now is the thirty first year of my dark pilgrimage on this earth.
|possession||The act of having and controlling property.|
He remains in full possession of his sanity.
|relaxed||Free from tension and anxiety.|
Gave the impression of being quite relaxed.
|sacred||Regarded as too valuable to be interfered with; sacrosanct.|
The sacred mosque.
|saintly||Very holy or virtuous.|
A truly saintly woman.
Her grave has become a shrine for fans from all over the world.
|supernal||Of exceptional quality or extent.|
|unconcerned||Lacking in interest or care or feeling.|
The average American is unconcerned that his or her plight is the result of a complex of personal and economic and governmental actions beyond the normal citizen s comprehension and control.
|unmolested||Not pestered or molested; left in peace.|
They allowed him to pass unmolested.
|untroubled||Free from turmoil or worries.|
Seemed untroubled by doubts of any kind.