Morgan resumed his imperturbable demeanour.
"The History of Pendennis" by William Makepeace Thackeray
Noon found me strolling about the ashram grounds, on to the grazing land of a few imperturbable cows.
"Autobiography of a YOGI" by Paramhansa Yogananda
She walked her mount, head lifted, watching the gulls; he followed, uninterested, imperturbable in his finished horsemanship.
"The Fighting Chance" by Robert W. Chambers
He was a tall, solemn man, with a face of the most imperturbable gravity.
"Pelham, Complete" by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
Father Coleman had only just entered middle-age, was imperturbable and mild in his manner.
"Lothair" by Benjamin Disraeli
To-day his usual imperturbable self-confidence had certainly deserted him.
"The Woman With The Fan" by Robert Hichens
His good-humour was imperturbable, and he was immensely popular both among men and officers.
"With Moore at Corunna" by G. A. Henty
Silence followed his speech; his imperturbability and his well-timed address had saved his life.
"Cetywayo and his White Neighbours" by H. Rider Haggard
It is said that Sacco with his imperturbable assurance and ingenious and resourceful mind has quite won the King's favour.
"Rome From the "Three Cities"" by Emile Zola
In truth, however, he was neither so comfortable nor so imperturbable as he appeared.
"The Magnificent Ambersons" by Booth Tarkington
London wakened and he, imperturbable,
Passed from waking to hurry after shadows . . .
Busied upon shows of no earthly importance?
Yes, but he knew it!
"The Craftsman" by Rudyard Kipling
Thy shadow, Earth, from Pole to Central Sea,
Now steals along upon the Moon's meek shine
In even monochrome and curving line
Of imperturbable serenity.
"At A Lunar Eclipse." by Thomas Hardy
All pants, all is effort and toil 'neath the sun,
The stolid old sun, tranquil ripener of wheat,
Who works o'er our haste imperturbably on
To swell the green grape yon, turning it sweet.
"'Tis The Feast Of Corn" by Paul Verlaine