nervelessness : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  fearless self-possession in the face of danger

  • London's Daily Telegraph was no kinder: "There is a nervelessness at the center in Washington coupled with clumsiness at the extremities.
  • Squeezing off 40 to 60 bull's-eyes in a row requires stamina, breath control, intense concentration and absolute nervelessness"hanging loose," in the words of Marine Warrant .
  • Part of the reason CNN has survived its past economic travails is Turner's go-for-broke nervelessness.

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