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Definition of "equanimous" [e•quan•i•mous]

  • Calm and composed; of stable disposition. (adjective)

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Use "equanimous" in a sentence
  • "But the convict is equally equanimous about what the Bird thinks about him."
  • "Aubry was similarly equanimous this week when she told Canal+ television she agreed with other women when it came to Strauss-Kahn's attitude toward the opposite sex."
  • "He and I had one or two big fights -- and I was younger, far nastier and angrier and shot to kill, back then -- but, no matter what names I called him, the next time I spoke to him he was always equanimous, forgiving and affable. ..."