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[uhn-feyzd] /ʌnˈfeɪzd/
not dismayed or disconcerted; undaunted:
He was unfazed by his previous failures.
Origin of unfazed
un-1 + faze + -ed2 Unabridged
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Examples from the web for unfazed
  • Nearly devoid of insect and disease problems, it's also unfazed by polluted air.
  • Both of them seem unfazed by this radical change in their physiologies.
  • These remarks leave the public unfazed, though, in view of an unfolding disaster.
  • They were greedy and sloppy, but the tree is unfazed.
  • Initially the police outside the prison were unfazed by our presence, relaxed enough to be polite.
  • He glanced at the back, where several people seemed to be saying something about him, but he appeared unfazed.
  • But the government, unfazed by its own weak bargaining position, decided to proceed.
  • Even people unfazed by luxury are startled by the excess.
  • Two of the big operators are expanding capacity, unfazed by the idea that the border may eventually reopen.
  • Although a completely rational robot might be unfazed by the chaos and confusion of the battlefield, it could still make mistakes.
British Dictionary definitions for unfazed


(informal) not disconcerted; unperturbed
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Word Origin and History for unfazed

1933, American English, from un- + past participle of faze.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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