Meaning: Keenly distressing to the mind or feelings
Usage/Example: 1. With a level of composure seldom seen on live television, she was a model of sangfroid, perfectly calibrating her facial expressions. (Source: Winona Daily News)
2. Invading the U.S. auto market takes equal parts chutzpah and sangfroid. (Source: Autoweek)
3. It would be foolish to rule out a similar attack in the U.S., which makes Mr. Obama's terror sangfroid wrong-headed and politically misjudged. (Source: Wall Street Journal)
Synonyms and Antonyms: Sangfroid
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