What is the opposite of nonplussed?

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Opposite of showing or expressing confusion or bewilderment
“Bourne couldn't explain why, but he was unusually and acutely aware of everything happening around him.”
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Opposite of an absence of stress or worry
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“Even inside, door locked and security system activated, she was tense.”
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Opposite of so surprised and confused that one is unsure how to react
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Opposite of astonished, taken aback
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Confounded with surprise or wonder
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(also used as simple past tense under some contexts) Opposite of showing bewilderment
“Everyone was enlightened as to why he had the opinions he held when they learned of his background.”
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Opposite of feeling ruffled or upset
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(attributive) Opposite of feeling or exuding self-assurance
“They were insecure young men, who were led astray by a charismatic self-proclaimed prophet.”
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(of a person) Opposite of unable to think clearly or understand
“I am really clear on what I have to do to improve.”
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Opposite of not affected by emotion or excitement
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Opposite of having or showing a calm attitude towards disappointments or difficulties
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Opposite of even-tempered and reasonable
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Opposite of not easily irritated or flustered
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Opposite of having one's eyes wide open as a result of surprise, fear, etc
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Opposite of confident or self-assured
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Opposite of not influenced by strong emotion, and so able to be rational and impartial
“He gave a fiery speech, outlining his vision of a world in which towns and cities would be built to blend harmoniously with the environment.”
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Opposite of feeling upset after suffering an embarrassment
“Kate felt honored when her handbags were exhibited at the Cooper Hewitt Museum for the first National Design Triennia, celebrating American Design excellence.”
Verb
Opposite of on the ocean or sea, typically of a ship or person aboard a ship
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Opposite of to have thrown into a state of distress marked by confusion
“Homer was initially upset at his tiny plate at the seafood buffet, but grabbing the entire steam tray buoyed him.”
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