self-assurance[ self-uh-shoo r-uh ns, self- ]SEE DEFINITION OF self-assurance
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SELF-ASSURANCE
Lafontaine had conviction and self-assurance, but his elocution was very bad for poetry.
"You too will suffer," said the old Raot, with self-assurance.
I walked into the front office with a lot of self-assurance.
There was an easy strength and self-assurance in her carriage.
The street had given him his self-assurance, his ready tongue and his wit.
Who robbed you of your self-assurance and turned you into a dwarf?
She took this first blow to her self-assurance very wholesomely.
That was meant for me—for me whom you had stripped of all courage and self-assurance.
What a contrast to the self-assurance of their bearing on the platform of the station!
He had achieved no triumphs in any field which could give him self-assurance.