self-composure

self-composure

n
calmness and self-possession
Translations

self-composure

[ˌselfkəmˈpəʊʒəʳ] Nserenidad f, dominio m de sí mismo
References in classic literature ?
The man pulled himself together, and faced us with an effort at self-composure.
I did address that letter to Isa Qassim last week in refined and courteous language, avoiding anger or lack of self-composure as it was not about personal differences.
Although the format is rather unspectacular, the extremely fine ceramic vessels by Ellen Schopf (born 1937 in Germany) are striking in their mysterious substance and perfect self-composure.
government's self-composure and optimism concerning the National Assembly
This broke the tension and let me of the hook whilst allowing my cousin to regain her self-composure, and as we all got up to leave I gave her a hug for reassurance, although I'm not sure whose.
37) Admiring biographers stressed the seriousness and self-composure that pious and learned officials brought to their duties, enabling them to rise above their passions.
And in all other scenes he is magnificent, portraying Rubin's quiet dignity, great self-composure and nearly indomitable will.