unfazed

[uhn-feyzd]
adjective
not dismayed or disconcerted; undaunted: He was unfazed by his previous failures.

Origin:
un-1 + faze + -ed2

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unfazed (ʌnˈfeɪzd)
 
adj
informal not disconcerted; unperturbed

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Example sentences
Nearly devoid of insect and disease problems, it's also unfazed by polluted air.
Initially the police outside the prison were unfazed by our presence, relaxed
  enough to be polite.
But the government, unfazed by its own weak bargaining position, decided to
  proceed.
Even people unfazed by luxury are startled by the excess.
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