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He would say to the Israelis, “I’m so glad that we were able to negotiate on this, and that you are my bargaining partner, because everybody knows how important equanimity and fairness is to the Jewish community.”

I’ll hold out hope that someday in the third act of his career that he finds more equanimity and perspective in terms of how he treats other people and himself.

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You know, you couldn’t choose your boss or colleagues, but how you conducted yourself with equanimity showed that you had the emotional quotient to be successful.

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We ready ourselves mentally to accept whatever outcome with equanimity.

Your wife became disturbed by your equanimity, mistaking your composure for lack of sentiment.

Hammerstein continued his subtle quest for racial equanimity in Oklahoma!

Meditation, he said, is a “simple exercise [that] lets you clear your head and bring equanimity to everything.”

The war has seen 100,000 deaths; it is not to the credit of journalists that we can write such words and keep our equanimity.

They accept with equanimity the true horror of aging alone, sundered from family and community.

Garland added with an equanimity that comes with age that there are good and bad in every profession.

No well-wisher of India, no patriot dare look upon the impending destruction of the hand-loom weaver with equanimity.

Mr Durant was rich enough to take the loss of his vessel with great equanimity—all the more so that it had been fully insured.

Such were the speeches which fell to Ruth's share on this day of all days, when she was least fitted to bear them with equanimity.

Richard knew where the help for it lay, and for once—for just a moment—he contemplated danger and even death with equanimity.

I lie quiet in bed to-day, and think of the universe with a good deal of equanimity.


On this page you'll find 57 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to equanimity, such as: aplomb, calmness, composure, coolness, serenity, and tranquillity.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.