Definition for UN-TROUB'LED

UN-TROUB'LED, a. [untrub'led.]

  1. Not troubled; not disturbed by care, sorrow or business; free from trouble. Shak.
  2. Not agitated; not ruffled; not confused; free from passion; as, an untroubled mind. Milton.
  3. Not agitated; not moved; as, an untroubled lake.
  4. Not disturbed or interrupted in the natural course; as, untroubled nature. Spenser.
  5. Not foul; not turbid; clear; as, an untroubled stream.

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