Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


She's good tempered, too; knows just when it's the right time to kick and break things.

She is thoughtful and has a good memory, is good tempered and not impatient.

He looks pleasant and good tempered, as if he could injure no one.

You were a little touchy last night, I thoughtbut Walter is so good tempered.

She was docile and good tempered, yet gay and playful as a summer insect.

"You are too good tempered, Julian," Frank said, almost angrily.

Like many of the mortals built on a generous scale she is good tempered.

Said women could never be handsome in his eyes, who were not good tempered.

Then the idea of countering on this acuteness made him good tempered.

She is good tempered no matter what happens, and makes the most of everything as it comes.