Definition of undisturbed in English:

undisturbed

adjective

  • Not disturbed.

    ‘a quiet weekend of undisturbed tranquillity’
    ‘the tombs had lain undisturbed for 2,500 years’
    • ‘If the bulbs are planted deeply it is possible to leave them undisturbed for two or three years although acid or neutral soil will have to be limed.’
    • ‘Mystery surrounds the death of a fun-loving man whose body could have lain undisturbed for up to six days at his home in Bradford.’
    • ‘The raiders were so quiet that even the Luddingtons' family dog was undisturbed by their activities.’
    • ‘Make sure your child has a quiet place to work undisturbed by others.’
    • ‘Better still, the indigenous plants could have been left undisturbed and they would have survived the floods.’
    • ‘Until that changes, the island will remain an undisturbed fragment of history.’
    • ‘Builders are adding a new wing to the already substantial house, creating an office where he can work undisturbed.’
    • ‘At one point I sat for about five minutes, totally undisturbed in the small 1000 seat theatre.’
    • ‘The untitled volume lay undisturbed for more than 150 years and was found during a clear-out.’
    • ‘Officials say undisturbed asbestos in a good condition can be safely managed and contained, and need not be removed.’
    • ‘I was glad my host's wife and children were sleeping upstairs, undisturbed.’
    • ‘Provided the material is hidden away and undisturbed, it presents no danger whatsoever.’
    • ‘The many private ranches that have opened for safaris are a direct response to the demand for undisturbed game viewing.’
    • ‘We need to find out if the whole site is undisturbed and unchanged.’
    • ‘That followed a complaint by the trust but he was never prosecuted and has continued to fish and farm the clams largely undisturbed.’
    • ‘For me, I'd rather leave the fishes to enjoy their lives undisturbed.’
    • ‘It is a particularly good plant for a shady area where it can grow away undisturbed and give a beautiful display of creamy flowers in spring.’
    • ‘The moon is a very quiet and undisturbed place compared to the earth.’
    • ‘However, all animals deserve an undisturbed and safe breeding season.’
    • ‘Cherry blossoms floated by on the breeze and looking up into the sky was like plunging towards an undisturbed pool of tropical water.’
    serene, tranquil, relaxed, unruffled, unperturbed, unflustered, unagitated, unmoved, unbothered, untroubled
    windless, still, tranquil, quiet, serene, peaceful, pacific, restful, balmy, halcyon
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Pronunciation

undisturbed

/ʌndɪˈstəːbd/