stoicism

[ stoh-uh-siz-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF stoicism

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STOICISM

And that day all his stoicism went down before Sidney's letter.

Then she found that it was only stoicism, resignation, that they had learned.

But that was mere feeling; the stoicism of his thought could not be disturbed by this or any other failure.

He had schooled himself to a semblance of stoicism when he reached his office.

After all, he possessed the stoicism proper to his desperate trade.

Orrin, startled from his stoicism, sprang to the side of his empress.

Perhaps to face this he too had need of all his Christian stoicism.

The stoicism of the Finn is one of his strongest characteristics.

Stoicism was easy enough in theory but most difficult in practice.

We do not come to Marcus Aurelius for a treatise on Stoicism.

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