1 In fact, she could endure the hospital with equanimity now because it was a perfect happy hunting ground.
2 Only Mammy endured Scarlett's temper with equanimity and Mammy had had many years of training with Gerald O'Hara and his explosions.
3 Miss Bart listened with admirable equanimity.
4 Look now at Stubb; a man who from his humorous, deliberate coolness and equanimity in the direst emergencies, was specially qualified to excel in pitchpoling.
5 He would listen to the most pathetic appeals with the most discouraging politeness and equanimity.
6 She was silently weeping, and he lay with her and went into her there on the hearthrug, and so they gained a measure of equanimity.
7 This attack was a more serious matter than the last, and it was some time before Wildeve recovered his equanimity.
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8 Endurance and despair, equanimity and gloom, the tints of health and the pallor of death, mingled weirdly in his face.
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9 Holmes had recovered his equanimity, though I still seemed to detect gleams of amusement in his expression.
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10 Bossuet, though very drunk, preserved his equanimity.
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11 The laborers began to jeer the travelers and by their insolence disturbed the equanimity even of the cool Athos, who urged on his horse against one of them.
12 The little party recovered its equanimity at sight of the fragrant feast.
13 The absence of old friends one can endure with equanimity.