(All this data, I think, is to some degree relevant.) For all the gaps and years between their individual heydays on the program, it may be said (with few, and no really important, reservations) that all seven of the children had managed to answer over the air a prodigious number of alternately deadly-bookish and deadly-cute questions—sent in by listeners—with a freshness, an aplomb, that was considered unique in commercial radio.
There are no more uses of "aplomb" in the book.
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She is handling the new responsibilities with aplomb.
Yes, it was she talking, with her customary aplomb, breaking his heart in the drugstore.