I noun aequus animus, aplomb, balance, calm, calmness, command of one's faculties, command of temper, complacence, constraint, content, contentment, control, equability, equanimity, equilibrium, evenness, forbearance, fortitude, harmony, imperturbability, imperturbation, indisturbance, inexcitability, moderation, patience, peace, peace of mind, peacefulness, placidity, placidness, poise, presence of mind, quiescence, quietude, repose, reserve, rest, restraint, sedateness, self-assurance, self-command, self-possession, self-restraint, serenity, stability, tolerance, tranquil mind, tranquil I itas, tranquillity II index common sense, longanimity, moderation, sufferance

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  • composure — [n] calmness, collectedness accord, aplomb, assurance, balance, calm, contentment, control, cool*, cool head*, coolheadedness, coolness, dignity, dispassion, ease, equanimity, equilibrium, evenness, even temper, fortitude, harmony,… …   New thesaurus

  • composure — ► NOUN ▪ the state of being calm and self controlled …   English terms dictionary

  • composure — [kəm pō′zhər] n. [ COMPOS(E) + URE] calmness of mind or manner; tranquillity; self possession SYN. EQUANIMITY …   English World dictionary

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