Pronunciation of Undisturbed
/ʌndɪstˈɜːbd/, /ʌndɪstˈɜːbd/, /ʌ_n_d_ɪ_s_t_ˈɜː_b_d/
Antonyms for undisturbed:
dis tressed, more toppled, up tight, more on-again-off-again, more herky-jerky, more unglued, biting one nails, injured, most clutched, dis-quieted, shifting, dis mayed, un-easy, herky jerky, un-stabler, perturbed, un-easier, un stable, most shifting, discomposed, in on, unsettled, un-glued, jittery, upsidedown, in stew, un-zipped, on pins and needles, unstable, over-wrought, up set, ruffled, dis-mayed, high-strung, un glued, most exercised, touched, biting one's nails, harmed, skittish, more herkyjerky, worried, most rattled, jumpy, most toppled, most caring, most unglued, un-stable, wrathful, uptight, un stabler, dis concerted, in a stew, un-easiest, affected, tied up in knots, more tumbled, violent, dis ordered, more spastic, down with, concerned, dis-concerted, un zipped, more ruffled, wild, more amazed, on-again-off-again, most dragged, most dismayed, turbulent, more exercised, fitful, flustered, passionate, excited, frenzied, unhinged, heated, noisy, butterflies in stomach, most disquieted, anxious, uneasy, bummed out, more clutched, more tormented, spastic, most herkyjerky, most spastic, in-constant, more unzipped, stormy, most herky-jerky, more shifting, most tormented, biting ones nails, moved, come apart, re current, bothered, bits pieces, more dismayed, disturbed, more rattled, up-tight, worried sick, restless, frantic, more on again off again, most fluctuating, tied in knots, broken up, dis-ordered, on pins needles, troubled, un easier, most on-again-off-again, un-settled, dis quieted, herkyjerky, un settled, biting nails, damaged, most tumbled, top pled, most grieved, dis-tressed, un easiest, unquiet, distressed, raging, tied up knots, bits and pieces, most herky jerky, top-pled, more disquieted, tied knots, unglued, un-stablest, all torn up, fierce, un easy, butterflies stomach, worried stiff, upset, psyched out, hurt, up-set, most unzipped, interrupted, unstrung, tipped over, herky-jerky, most ruffled, privy to, more grieved, more dragged, nervous, most amazed, re-current, boisterous, more caring, more herky jerky, tense, furious, recurrent, most on again off again, in disarray, un stablest, more fluctuating.
Usage examples for undisturbed:
- " I don't see why," observed Myrna, quite undisturbed. - "The Belovéd Traitor", Frank L. Packard.
- Roosevelt never knew where the unwelcome guest was lodged that night; but he himself was left undisturbed. - "Roosevelt in the Bad Lands", Hermann Hagedorn.
- But Miss Granger protested against this with an air of meek endurance, and the flowers were left undisturbed. - "The Lovels of Arden", M. E. Braddon.