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use "imperturbable" in a sentence

Even if the surface of the ocean is blown into crashing waves, the depths remain undisturbed, imperturbable.

In general, he is "imperturbable, omnicompetent, firm but genial, and an accomplished actor” Collins, Philip.

Neville Cardus his former critic praised Morris's
only domestic conflict (as was the new French political order), but also any flashes of impertinent nationalism.

An impertinent remark by an inferior, meaning, "I am as good as you." K: Our knocks, impertinent butler, were loud enough to wake the hounds of hell!

For Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, that would have been impertinent enough.

I know that the relative contributions of salmon to our health will be impertinent after we've eaten the last one.

In the cases of Italy, Greece, and also France, one always gets the impression they consider even the least external suggestion of spending discipline, structural reform, and more competition as an impertinent intervention.

"The factual details regarding with whom and where the Jane Does engaged in sexual activities are immaterial and impertinent to this central claim," the judge wrote.

The Greeks in Thermopylae and Marathon, though vastly outnumbered, repelled and forced back myriads of invaders from the East -- poised to conquer the entire continent subjecting Europe to their impertinent rule.

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