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He even handled his small mistakes—like when Zhao had to gently nudge him to the fact that they were rolling—with easy aplomb.The Best, Worst and Strangest Moments of the 2021 Oscars|Andrew R. Chow|April 26, 2021|Time
He snipped the pink fabric with aplomb, continuing a tradition from a half-century ago, when Alice Roosevelt Longworth, the eldest daughter of Teddy Roosevelt, performed the honor for the Embassy Row Hotel.Opening a new hotel is never easy. Try doing it during a pandemic.|Andrea Sachs|March 19, 2021|Washington Post
Medium format was never about being the fastest or the most efficient—it was about producing big, beautiful images, and the 907X does that with aplomb.Hasselblad’s new $6,400 camera is weird and wonderful|Stan Horaczek|January 2, 2021|Popular-Science
Resolving moral dilemmas is her daily work, and she does it with clarity and aplomb.
It was a dizzying time, and Shaquille handled an array of new situations with conspicuous aplomb.
The cutting-edge forensic work that it took to bring them into custody from abroad is retold with great aplomb by Levington.
Meanwhile, during the past several years in Champagne, the “Grower” movement has gained momentum and aplomb.
Such boldfaced aplomb would be deployed time and time again in dealing with the Nazis.World War II’s Most Glamorous Spy: Christine Granville|Emma Garman|July 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
"No," she exclaimed with dainty aplomb to the man who sat cross-legged in muslin draperies on the table.Hilda|Sarah Jeanette Duncan
I had behaved with unusual sedateness, had showed an aplomb I had never before evidenced.Tramping on Life|Harry Kemp
Winona, with surprising aplomb, bore the scrutiny of the family while she pulled long white gloves along her bare arms.The Wrong Twin|Harry Leon Wilson
Chattie jumped up on the windowsill, with her usual stealthy aplomb, and rubbed herself against the girl's face.Robert Elsmere|Mrs. Humphry Ward
Suddenly, and for the first time in all her knowledge of him, his cynical aplomb had fallen from the man like a garment.The Shadow of the Rope|E. W. Hornung