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Origin of sang-froid
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Example sentences from the Web for sang-froid
Spaniards have always been miscast as hotheads; they are, in fact, the masters of sang-froid.
Duperré was certainly nothing if not ingenious and his sang-froid had saved us all from terms of imprisonment.The Golden Face|William Le Queux
With what pride and sang-froid had Robert announced his uninvited guest!More William|Richmal Crompton
This only proves that you are incomparable as a lieutenant, but that you have not the sang-froid of a general.
British Dictionary definitions for sang-froid
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Cultural definitions for sang-froid
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.”