Aplomb

In classical ballet, aplomb refers to the basic law of ballet - stability. The French ballet master Jean-Étienne Despréaux defined it in 1806 as a specific kind of dynamic balance fundamental to all positions and movements of (classical) ballet. A 1905 book Grammar of the Art of Dancing, Theoretical and Practical referring to Bernhard Klemm, wro
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aplomb

[n] - great coolness and composure under strain
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Aplomb

A`plomb' noun [ French, lit. perpendicularity; ... to + plomb lead. See Plumb .] Assurance of manner or of action; self-possession.
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aplomb

assuredness noun great coolness and composure under strain; `keep your cool`
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Aplomb

• (n.) Assurance of manner or of action; self-possession.
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aplomb 1. Imperturbable self-possession, poise, or assurance: 'She carried herself with the dignity and aplomb of a born leader.' 2. Great coolness and composure under stress: 'His nonchalance during hard times has always been his best character trait.' 3. Self-confident assurance; poise:: 'Samuel conducted the meeting with characteristic aplomb o
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Aplomb

Aplomb refers to stability of the position.
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