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Spell check of stoic

Correct spelling: stoic

miserly, abstinent, composed, unemotional, Spartan, cool, apathetic, severe, calm, abstemious, self-composed, even-tempered, Franciscan, self-controlled, long-suffering, placid, austere, impassible, dry, demure, uncomplaining, numb, parsimonious, tolerant, serene, moderate, imperturbable, impassive, repentant, Trappist, easygoing, deadpan, phlegmatic, passionless, level-headed, unflappable, frigid, forbearing, meek, dispassionate, staid, undemonstrative, controlled, stolid, neutral, reserved, emotionless, poker-faced, tranquil, celibate, unexcitable, unemotional person, monastic, nonchalant, aloof, affectless, ascetic, stoical, steady, stark, penitential, unhurried, mild, inscrutable, detached, cold-blooded, teetotaling.

bored, maudlin, fed up, emotional, histrionic, burning, fervent, zealous, mushy, fiery, gushing, flaming, rebellious, perfervid, enthusiastic, mawkish, warm-blooded, impassioned, sentimental, unmanageable, passionate, recalcitrant, emotional person, protesting, contrary, overheated, tired, dramatic, glowing, passional, ardent, reactive, blazing, responsive, vehement, insubordinate, overemotional, gung ho, refractory, ungovernable, resistant, fervid, melodramatic, sensitive, disobedient, compassionate, demonstrative, impatient, sympathetic, weary, unruly, red-hot, hot-blooded, intractable, defiant, complaining.

Examples of usage:

1) I have already stated that the Indian is an impassive stoic. - "Memoirs of Orange Jacobs", Orange Jacobs.

2) The same stoic view, in a different form, finds expression in this answer to a dear friend's query: I cannot quite agree that it is hard to see what has been the good of your life. - "George Eliot", Mathilde Blind.

3) I saw these walking wounded coming back; tired, brave men, who bore their pain with most stoic endurance, so that there was hardly a groan to be heard among them. - "From Bapaume to Passchendaele, 1917", Philip Gibbs.