He was upright, firm, and self-poised as the pillar of some old Grecian temple.
We have no individuality, no self-poised strength, no sense of freedom.
We miss a touch of delicacy in this nature that was so strong and self-poised.
Self-conscious now, self-poised, she stood regally where she had faltered and fled.
He was as self-poised as a man of fifty, with not a particle of that easy impulsiveness so nearly universal at his age.
What a typical, plump, self-poised Southern matron she looks.
She did not feel that Dallas needed buoying—Dallas, quiet, self-poised, and staunch.
Call on him when you would, and you found him self-poised and fresh.
Are we self-poised, or does our balance depend on something external?
But in his art we recognise a genius so colossal, massive, and self-poised as to raise admiration to its superlative of awe.