Antonyms for sang froid

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But, sir, interrupted Johnson, rather nettled at his sang froid.

He also smoked cigars with all the sang froid of experienced men.

"I don't see how you manage to bear it with all that sang froid, Bellamy," he said.

But now he seemed to have lost the sang froid for which he was so noted.

I could not help admiring his sang froid, the like of which I had never seen or heard of.

Herbert's courage was superb, and the reporter's sang froid astonishing.

His usual coolness and sang froid are gone—Sir Lionel is actually excited.

To do the Secretary justice, he bore the universal attack with most admirable good nature and sang froid.

Dantin, in spite of his sang froid, experienced a violent temptation to ask the man what he meant by those words.

But he was somewhat afraid of his sister, of her fashion and smartness—above all of her sang froid.