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[wur-eed, wuhr-] /ˈwɜr id, ˈwʌr-/
having or characterized by worry; concerned; anxious:
Their worried parents called the police.
indicating, expressing, or attended by worry:
worried looks.
Origin of worried
1550-60; worry + -ed2
Related forms
worriedly, adverb
unworried, adjective Unabridged
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  • It makes me feel rather like an ant, but a well-doing and unworried ant.

    The Record of Nicholas Freydon A. J. (Alec John) Dawson
  • The humans of Cathay might try a return raid, but he was unworried.

    Victory Lester del Rey
  • The big Irishman, however, seemed the most unworried fugitive at large.

    The Hills of Desire Richard Aumerle Maher
  • After the comparison she could say No: a round, unworried, satisfying No.

  • And Bryce had arranged the operations that gave Orillo a new face, new fingerprints and an unworried future.

  • He was serene, peaceful, and unworried, as he had not been for one moment since the inquest.

    The Bondboy George W. (George Washington) Ogden
  • And the unworried, unaccented voice of her father went on tormenting her.

    Chance Joseph Conrad
  • He bethought him that this unworried peace was endurable only in the world to come.

    Mashi and Other Stories Rabindranath Tagore
  • She was unsated with the world, unspoiled by men, unworried by the demands of society.

    The Man from Jericho Edwin Carlile Litsey
British Dictionary definitions for unworried


not anxious or uneasy


feeling uneasy about a situation or thing; anxious
Derived Forms
worriedly, adverb
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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