Definition of

Sang-froid

  1. (noun, attribute) great coolness and composure under strain

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Synonyms of Sang-froid

aplomb, assuredness, cool, poise

Alternate forms of Sang-froid

Hypernyms: calm, calmness, composure, equanimity

Origin of the word Sang-froid

  1. "presence of mind, composure," 1712, from Fr. sang froid, lit. "cool blood," from sang "blood" (from L. sanguis) + froid "cold," from L. frigidus). more

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Words that sound like Sang-froid

sam shepard, snakebird, snow-covered, songbird

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