at·a·rac·tic (ăt′ə-răktĭk) also at·a·rax·ic (-răksĭk)
[From Greek ataraktos, undisturbed : a-, not; see A–1 + taraktos, disturbed (from tarassein, tarak-, to disturb).]
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