self-assured


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having a firm belief in one's own powers

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showing poise and confidence in your own worth

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She comes across as self-assured but she's so shaken WORRIED FRIEND
Dave Hodgson, marketing director at Marketing Birmingham, said: "The Lonely Planet guide calls Birmingham a vibrant, cultural hotspot and more self-assured than it has been in ages - this is great news for the city.
Gone is the dangerously unpredictable soul child the Midlands knew, in her place a self-assured rock chick with big-name back- ing, glam cover shots and a Los Angeles pad.
Teenagers of today are too big and self-assured to be made to do anything they don't want to do.
In the past, auditions had made me aware of everything that was around me, like the other dancers who always seemed so self-assured, so good at what they did, and were so utterly beautiful.
Told in a cocky, self-assured voice that tends to ramble in humorous riffs, the story is both fun and intriguing.
An introspective allegory about the search for prosperity of the soul, a need that lingers despite fulfilling the needs of the body, LeRoi tracks its self-assured, at times sardonic, yet inwardly incomplete protagonist on a journey of expanded awareness.
The Bruins expect to face a self-assured team Saturday at the Rose Bowl.
Last summer Alice Wu kicked open the celluloid closet door for Chinese-American lesbians with her Woody Allen--esque romantic comedy Saving Face, about the burgeoning relationship between an endearingly neurotic female doctor and her boss's self-assured, beautiful ballerina daughter.
Snowdance is a "calendar" collection of twelve original songs (one for each month of the year), each one of which is presented from the viewpoint of a strong, observant, self-assured child who gives an honest, and sometimes comical, appraisal of the world through a child's perspective.
Yet still Tony Blair remains clothed in his self-assured supremacy.
It takes a reflective and self-assured young person to really comprehend the depth of the gifts of the Spirit and to know how to use them to be a witness to Christ.
DIDDY might be very self-assured, but despite his millions he doesn't have the greatest business sense
Fuller, cocky, self-assured designer-architect-engineer-poet-philosopher-anticipator, who promoted his synergetic view of the world with his technological developments and vision of global unity, is certainly brought down to earth with a bump in this absorbing book.
Munkacsi had an active hand in the creation of the image of the young, ambitious, and self-assured American woman, and he pioneered a new genre, fashion reportage.