Thesaurus / sang-froid

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

Duperré was certainly nothing if not ingenious and his sang-froid had saved us all from terms of imprisonment.

The Golden FaceWilliam Le Queux

With what pride and sang-froid had Robert announced his uninvited guest!

More WilliamRichmal Crompton

This only proves that you are incomparable as a lieutenant, but that you have not the sang-froid of a general.

But Jim Courtenaye's sang-froid is a tribute to the cinema life he must have led even before he burst into the war.

The BrightenerC. N. Williamson

She studied its rapid progress with all the sang-froid of a physician.

He could not understand the calm and sang-froid of these four men in presence of such an awful event.

The Missouri OutlawsGustave Aimard

She proceeded to make general remarks in a noticeably forced tone of sang-froid, from which she soon lapsed into silence.

Desperate RemediesThomas Hardy

"Nothing at all," he said with the sang-froid of the experienced traveler.

Little Miss GrouchSamuel Hopkins Adams

She had the strength and sang-froid of a woman in the prime of life.

Sons and LoversDavid Herbert Lawrence

Little by little he recovered his sang-froid, looking at matters from the lofty heights of his artist's philosophy.

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