equanimity

[ ee-kwuh-nim-i-tee, ek-wuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF equanimity
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His equanimity was almost winsome, and I saw that friendliness was going to be his tactics.

I tried to contemplate the death-struggle with equanimity, but could not.

And many who have lived thus have attained to a lower kind of happiness or equanimity.

But by evening the Admiral's equanimity was not quite so perfect.

He was in spirits indeed, for he had borne even this encounter with equanimity.

But his iron will prevented that suffering from disturbing the equanimity of his mind.

Like a good pose in the saddle, nothing could ever unseat the equanimity of Elizabeth.

His equanimity restored he went to the Pullman conductor and applied for a berth.

"Tell me, then," Anders said, marveling a little at his equanimity.

She can indeed bear all things with equanimity—as she does her present position.

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