un- + vexed
unvexed (comparative more unvexed, superlative most unvexed)
- Not vexed.
- 1901, Elizabeth Stoddard, The Morgesons:
- He took up a paper, bowed to me with an unvexed air, and read a column or so.
- 1919, Camilla Kenyon, Spanish Doubloons:
- Yet even though unvexed by this gruesome knowledge, after two or three days I noticed that Cookie was ill at ease.