So given his sangfroid it is likely that Mr. Costas has old-fashioned pinkeye.
That fact alone permits Christie loyalists to greet the new negativity with a healthy degree of sangfroid.
French authorities on Thursday saluted the cyclist-witness's sangfroid under the circumstances.
With sangfroid, Mom snuffed out her cigarette with the toe of her high heel.
She was impressed enormously by his sangfroid and will to rule the roost.
But she feared to face the experience alone; she did not trust her own sangfroid.
In her dealings with her fellow-creatures she exhibits all the sangfroid and self-possession that mark the modern child.
Her aplomb, her sangfroid, astounded Mr. Prohack—and relieved him.
And the public laugh at the lively sally, and admire the sangfroid of the wit!
The play exercises memory, judgment, sangfroid, and other good qualities of the mind.
Composure in the face of difficulty or danger: “We would all be dead today if our bus driver hadn't kept his sangfroid when the bus began to skid on the ice.” From French, meaning “cold blood.”