- 1620s, from Modern Latin stoicismus, from Latin stoicus (see stoic).
- 1. They bore their plight with stoicism and fortitude.
- 2. She endured her long illness with stoicism.
- 3. They reacted to the appalling weather with typical British stoicism.
- 4. Over the centuries this has produced a sort of stoicism.
- 5. She showed great stoicism during her husband's final illness.
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