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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishaplomba‧plomb /əˈplɒm $ əˈplɑːm/ noun [uncountable] formal   with aplomb
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aplombHowever, the so-called case histories which they composed with such artistic aplomb prove nothing.They react to the latest discoveries with blasé aplomb, remaining unruffled by theological controversy.Since then, Carlton has coolly fielded questions for congressional inquisitors with wit and folksy aplomb.In contrast to Spindler, who bristled at critics, Amelio answered the questions with aplomb.The female vocalist carried the show with aplomb and the band sounded tough and strong instrumentally.He normally didn't like wearing uniforms in films, but wore them with aplomb.
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