- self- + assurance (Wiktionary)
“But for girls who lack that armor of self-assurance, the insecurity I felt after reading Seventeen must have been even more unbearable.”
“Chilling and ultimately heart-stopping, Alone in the Crowd presents Espinosa as we have never seen him before, the man of detached expertise and calm self-assurance entangled in a mystery where reason alone will not suffice.”
“There are too just too many tangential stories that aren't central to the protagonist's long journey to acceptance, stardom, and self-assurance that get in the way of the actor's self-reflective moments.”
“One of the best reporters upon TV is DAVID SHUSTER of MSNBC News as well as in this video he takes viewers by the whole "outing" of Valerie Plame as well as successive self-assurance of "Scooter" Libby.”
“The self-assurance says Libby illegally blocked probity in the investigation in to the White House tour of an undercover CIA agent, Valerie Plame Wilson.”
“This happens very often, and I wish that every girl would grow into a woman of self-assurance and follow her instincts and style.”
“He's shown glimpses of self-assurance, but he has to kick it into gear if he wants to take down Lake and Martinez.”
“She still bore that air of complete self-assurance that said nothing would keep her from being herself.”
“No warning came, the report said, faulting the entire crew, including a co-pilot and flight engineer, for "lack of discipline and excessive self-assurance.”
“His self-assurance is a little disconcerting -- but, as the home videos show, he always had that kind of natural confidence.”
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