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to steady oneself

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  • steady — adj 1. stable, solid, substantial, stout, sound; poised, balanced, offset, counterbalanced, counterpoised. 2.(all of movement) even, regular, rhythmic, rhythmical; metronomic, metronomical. 3. uniform, changeless, unchanging, unvarying,… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • compose oneself — you have to compose yourself before you take the stand Syn: calm down, control oneself, regain one s composure, pull oneself together, collect oneself, steady oneself, keep one s head, relax; informal get a grip, keep one s cool, cool one s jets …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • compose oneself — CALM DOWN, control oneself, regain one s composure, pull oneself together, collect oneself, steady oneself, keep one s head; informal get a grip, keep one s cool; N. Amer. informal decompress. → compose …   Useful english dictionary

  • brace oneself — (Roget s IV) v. Syn. steady oneself, prepare oneself, steel oneself; see prepare 1 …   English dictionary for students

  • compose oneself — Syn: calm down, control oneself, regain one s composure, pull oneself together, steady oneself; informal get a grip …   Synonyms and antonyms dictionary

  • pace oneself — To work in a slow, steady and controlled way in order to achieve one s goal without wasting resources • • • Main Entry: ↑pace …   Useful english dictionary

  • pace oneself — do something at a restrained and steady rate or speed. → pace …   English new terms dictionary

  • collect — verb 1) he collected the rubbish she collects Hummel figurines Syn: gather, accumulate, assemble; amass, stockpile, pile up, heap up, store (up), hoard, save; mass, accrue See note at …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • Grab — may refer to: * Grab (tool) * Grab (software), a Macintosh screen capture utility software application * Grab bar, a bar used to grab and steady oneself * Hermann Grab (1903–1949), a Bohemian writer of German language * Grab, a skateboard trick… …   Wikipedia

  • white-knuckle — adjective causing fear or nervous excitement: a white knuckle ride. Origin 1970s: with ref. to the effect caused by gripping tightly to steady oneself …   English new terms dictionary

  • brace — [[t]breɪs[/t]] n. v. braced, brac•ing 1) something that holds parts together or in place, as a clasp or clamp 2) anything that imparts rigidity or steadiness 3) bui mac a device for holding and turning a bit for boring or drilling; bitstock 4)… …   From formal English to slang


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