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Spell check of composure

Correct spelling: composure

Synonyms:
unconcern, quiescence, self-command, imperturbability, equanimity, placidity, sangfroid, tranquility, lethargy, poise, peace of mind, collectedness, sobriety, self-control, calm air, dignity, ease, stillness, composedness, peace, staidness, insensibility, fortitude, tranquillity, dispassion, repose, inexcitability, concord, sluggishness, evenness, patience, impassibility, quiet, peacefulness, self-assurance, tolerance, gravity, restraint, unflappability, balance, nonchalance, imperturbation, stoicism, equability, calm, assurance, aplomb, imperturbableness, unfeelingness, harmony, cool, forbearance, quietness, rest, stability, serenity, sang-froid, calmness, self-restraint, equilibrium, presence of mind, feelings, tranquilness, indifference, immobility, coolness, self-composedness, countenance, cool head, self-possession, quietude, steadiness, moderation, phlegm, apathy, control.

Antonyms:
discomposure, agitation, feeling, excitement, disturbance, sensibility, violence, storm, disquiet, frenzy, anxiousness, concern, excitability, distress, excitableness, uneasiness, fury, apprehensiveness, anxiety, apprehension, nervousness, susceptibility, worry, alarm, eagerness, sympathy, care, solicitude, perturbation, turbulence, vehemence, emotion, passion, sensitiveness.

Examples of usage:

1) Once before she had lost her calm composure and had let him peep into her mind. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.

2) He watched anxiously, while she drew a long breath, pressed her hands hard against her cheeks, closed her lips tightly, and then, with something like composure, went quietly to the door and threw it open. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.

3) When she had recovered her composure, she motioned the little man to follow her, and they walked together up the broad walk, and up the stone steps until they entered the door. - "The Mystery of the Locks", Edgar Watson Howe.

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