The difference between phlegmatic and imperturbable
is that “phlegmatic” is not easily excited to action or passion; calm; sluggish and “imperturbable” is not easily perturbed, upset or excited.
- Not easily excited to action or passion; calm; sluggish.
- (archaic) Abounding in phlegm.
- Generating, causing, or full of phlegm.
- (calm and reasonable, tending not to get upset): apathetic, sluggish, cold-blooded, unflappable, stoic
- Calm and phlegmatic, with a clear eye, Mr. Fogg seemed a perfect type of that English composure which Angelica Kauffmann has so skilfully represented on canvas.
- Their friendship is a fascinating study in cultural and temperamental contrast, an impulsive and witty American paired with a steady, phlegmatic German.
- phlegmatic humors
- a phlegmatic constitution
- cold and phlegmatic bodies
- One who has a phlegmatic disposition.
- Not easily perturbed, upset or excited.
- Calm and collected, even under pressure.