not disconcerted

See: unabashed
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Surprise, however, had made no part of their plan, so they were not disconcerted by this intimation that the foe was upon his guard and prepared to receive them.
He was not disconcerted. He took me back and flooded me with hot water, then turbaned my head, swathed me with dry table-cloths, and conducted me to a latticed chicken-coop in one of the galleries, and pointed to one of those Arkansas beds.
A little surprised, but not disconcerted, she smilingly disclaimed any knowledge of that address, adding, "Monsieur has perhaps forgotten that I explained all about that circumstance before--a week ago?"
"They did to-day, by chance," replied Antoine, not disconcerted; "they never come two days together at the same hour."
As the waves crashed against the rocks, I was also reminded of this poem by Ralph Waldo Emerson, a man who respected nature in a way we perhaps do not: "The water understands Civilization well; It wets my foot, but prettily, It chills my life, but wittily, It is not disconcerted, It is not broken-hearted: Well used, it decketh joy, Adorneth, doubleth joy: Ill used, it will destroy, In perfect time and measure With a face of golden pleasure Elegantly destroy."
For those not disconcerted by backing the odd loser or two, a chance could be given to Klockwork Kyla, who ran well in defeat after missing her break.
However Southport were not disconcerted by that and restored their two goal advantage in the 24th minute.
"I'm not disconcerted by them because I know they are not going to last.