equanimity

  • 1 equanimity — equanimity, composure, sangfroid, phlegm mean the mental temper of one who is self possessed or not easily disturbed or perturbed. Equanimity suggests either a proper mental balance or a constitutionally equable temper; it therefore may imply… …

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  • 3 Equanimity — E qua*nim i*ty, n. [L. aequanimitas, fr. aequanimus: cf. F. [ e]quanimit[ e]. See {Equanimous}.] Evenness of mind; that calm temper or firmness of mind which is not easily elated or depressed; patience; calmness; composure; as, to bear… …

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  • 4 equanimity — [ek΄wə nim′ə tē, ē΄kwənim′ə tē] n. [L aequanimitas < aequanimis < aequus, even, plain + animus, the mind: see ANIMAL] the quality of remaining calm and undisturbed; evenness of mind or temper; composure SYN. EQUANIMITY implies an inherent… …

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  • 5 equanimity — index compatibility, composure, moderation Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 6 equanimity — c.1600, fairness, impartiality, from Fr. équanimité, from L. aequanimitatem (nom. aequanimitas) evenness of mind, calmness, from aequus even, level (see EQUAL (Cf. equal)) + animus mind, spirit (see ANIMUS (Cf. animus)). Meaning …

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  • 7 equanimity — [n] levelheadedness aplomb, assurance, ataraxia, ataraxy, calm, calmness, composure, confidence, cool, coolness, detachment, equability, imperturbability, patience, peace, phlegm, placidity, poise, presence of mind*, sangfroid, self possession,… …

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  • 8 equanimity — ► NOUN ▪ calmness; composure. DERIVATIVES equanimous adjective. ORIGIN Latin aequanimitas, from aequus equal + animus mind …

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  • 9 equanimity — noun (plural ties) Etymology: Latin aequanimitas, from aequo animo with even mind Date: circa 1616 1. evenness of mind especially under stress < nothing could disturb his equanimity > 2. right disposition ; balance < physical equanimity > …

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  • 10 equanimity — [[t]e̱kwənɪ̱mɪti, i͟ːk [/t]] N UNCOUNT: oft with N Equanimity is a calm state of mind and attitude to life, so that you never lose your temper or become upset. [FORMAL] His sense of humour allowed him to face adversaries with equanimity... The… …

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  • 11 equanimity — n. to upset smb. s equanimity * * * to upset smb. s equanimity …

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  • 12 equanimity — noun The state of being calm, stable and composed, especially under stress. Few people are capable of expressing with equanimity opinions which differ from the prejudices of their social environment. Syn: composure, calmness See Also …

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  • 13 equanimity — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. evenness, composure, repose, poise; calmness, serenity, tranquility, self possession, self control, inexcitability.Ant., excitability. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. composure, serenity, poise, patience; see …

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  • 14 equanimity — eq|ua|nim|i|ty [ˌi:kwəˈnımıti, ˌekwə ] n [U] [Date: 1600 1700; : Latin; Origin: aequanimitas, from aequo animo with level mind ] formal calmness in the way that you react to things, which means that you do not become upset or annoyed ▪ He… …

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  • 15 equanimity — e|qua|nim|i|ty [ ,ikwə nıməti, ,ekwə nıməti ] noun uncount a calm mental state when you deal with difficult situations: He seemed to be facing the future with equanimity …

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  • 16 equanimity — noun (U) formal calmness, especially in the way that you react to things: He received the news with surprising equanimity …

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  • 17 equanimity — noun she confronted the daily crises with equanimity Syn: composure, calm, level headedness, self possession, coolheadedness, presence of mind; serenity, tranquility, phlegm, imperturbability, equilibrium; poise, assurance, self confidence,… …

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  • 18 equanimity — UK [ˌekwəˈnɪmətɪ] / US [ˌɪkwəˈnɪmətɪ] / US [ˌekwəˈnɪmətɪ] noun [uncountable] formal a calm mental state when you deal with a difficult situation He seemed to be facing the future with equanimity …

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  • 20 equanimity — /ee kweuh nim i tee, ek weuh /, n. mental or emotional stability or composure, esp. under tension or strain; calmness; equilibrium. [1600 10; < L aequanimitas, equiv. to aequ(us) even, plain, equal + anim(us) mind, spirit, feelings + itas ITY]… …

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