poise[ poiz ]SEE DEFINITION OF poise
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR POISE
But according to Letty he was something superhuman in poise and charm.
They could recover their poise; he with the health of a simple mind, and they as children will.
Pee-wee demanded to know, as soon as he had regained his poise and dignity.
The adjustment is to be accomplished entirely by the poise of the body.
From cock-crow to sun-down the streets resounded with 'Poise your muskets!
Since the death of Strangeways, he had not recovered his poise of soul.
For the first time the youthful caller's poise seemed a trifle shaken.
At nearly every step the body lurched for poise and balance.
Her poise was too perfect to make such a supposition possible.
There is, in the poise of his head and in his eyes, a fierce intolerance.