poise 1 |pɔɪz|
noun [ mass noun ]
1 graceful and elegant bearing in a person: poise and good deportment can be cultivated.
• composure and dignity of manner: at least he had a moment to think, to recover his poise
.2 archaic balance; equilibrium. the balance has passed the point where the spring is in poise.
be or cause to be balanced or suspended: [ no obj.]: he poised motionless on his toes | [with obj.] figurative: the world was poised between peace and war.
• (be poised) be ready and prepared to do something: [ with infinitive]: teachers are poised to resume their attack on government school tests.
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