even-tempered

[ ee-vuh n-tem-perd ]SEE DEFINITION OF even-tempered
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EVEN-TEMPERED

Heneage, as a rule, was one of the most deliberate and even-tempered of men.

She was sensible, even-tempered, affectionate, and conscientious.

Why are you so bitter and so—so unlike your even-tempered self?

Dick, the least sullen and most even-tempered of men, was for once at war with himself.

She was even-tempered and calm and quite as cheerful as of old.

But on that afternoon Miss Dunstable seemed to be as happy and even-tempered as ever.

But he was even-tempered, placid, and studious not to give offence.

Ellen is rather quiet, even-tempered, but quite narrow-minded.

Edward had always been even-tempered, but now his good-nature was quite angelic.

E was the most even-tempered man I ever knew: he was always cross.

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