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  • adjective Not distressed.


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un- +‎ distressed


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  • IMHO undistressed denim can be tastefully worn in many scenes or situations.

    The Social History of Blue Jeans elena maria vidal 2009

  • Stephen was considered a "normal, undistressed person," according to press reports.

    Psychiatric Drugs and School Shootings GreenFertility 2008

  • The beleaguered city, Sulla soon discovered, was cheerful and undistressed; there were ten cohorts of good soldiers inside, those deserted by Scipio Asiagenes and Acilius having been joined by refugees from Venafrum and then Beneventum.

    The Grass Crown McCullough, Colleen, 1937- 1991

  • He was waiting for her on the brow ot the hill, undistressed by the mad violence of his climb.

    Expedition to Earth Clarke, Arthur C. 1953

  • It is not possible to conceive that a man, wounded and bruised -- His hands, feet, and side pierced with nails and spear -- could appear so soon, bright and radiant, strong and vigorous, undistressed by pain or weakness, and possessing power of movement not only restored, but marvellously augmented.

    Exposition of the Apostles Creed James Dodds

  • Again his brain felt of a crystal clearness; he was undistressed by the fact he could not speak to those around him or even return the pressure of their hands, for he was feeling all the old intoxicating joy of discovery at breaking into new lands.

    Secret Bread F. Tennyson Jesse

  • To such halting meditations the Club devotes its aspirations undistressed by humorous protest.

    Plum Pudding Of Divers Ingredients, Discreetly Blended & Seasoned Christopher Morley 1923

  • These women who have been sent for to see their men die, catch from them the spirit of undistressed sacrifice and enrol themselves as soldiers.

    The Glory of the Trenches Coningsby Dawson 1921

  • Rome, soprano voices of a rarer and more radiant timbre than any woman's sexful voice, and subtle, and, in some complex way, hardly of the earth at all -- voices in which no accent of sex transpired, abstract voices aloof from any stress of passion, undistressed by any longing, even for

    Evelyn Innes 1892

  • "Amen!" groaned one or two of the undistressed majority, while old Joy modestly pressed up from the rear.

    Gideon's Band A Tale of the Mississippi George Washington Cable 1884


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