Definition of imperturbability in English:



  • See imperturbable

    • ‘Yet for many making the link, it is undoubtedly his imperturbability rather than consistency of play that informs comparisons.’
    • ‘It is this imperturbability that marks him as something special.’
    • ‘In the physician or surgeon no quality takes rank with imperturbability.’
    • ‘Alexander was no original thinker but he had many virtues, not the least of which were his personal courage, his imperturbability in battle, and his ability to make friends among whom Churchill counted himself one.’
    • ‘Robert Mitchum, their co-star, was legendary for his imperturbability.’