equanimously

equanimous

[ih-kwan-uh-muhs]
adjective
having or showing equanimity; even-tempered: It was difficult to remain equanimous in the face of such impertinence.

Origin:
1645–55; < Latin aequanim(us) (see equanimity) + -ous

equanimously, adverb
equanimousness, noun
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equanimity (ˌiːkwəˈnɪmɪtɪ, ˌɛkwə-)
 
n
calmness of mind or temper; composure
 
[C17: from Latin aequanimitās, from aequus even, equal + animus mind, spirit]
 
equanimous
 
adj
 
e'quanimously
 
adv

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equanimous
1650s, from L. aequanimis (see equanimity).
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