good-tempered

[ goo d-tem-perd ]SEE DEFINITION OF good-tempered
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And he, who was usually so good-tempered and gentle, was convulsed with grief and anger.

He was a very rich man, and was considered by the neighbours to be good-tempered.

Would n't it be hard for a good-tempered, easy-going fellow?

But I always say, it is so easy for people of small means to be good-tempered.

Pacific Knowles and good-tempered Davis had come to blows over it.

And the boy was charmed to find that any one who was good-tempered could have relations with letters.

You remember how gay and light-hearted and good-tempered he always was.

The tone in which Roger Barnes spoke was good-tempered, but quite perfunctory.

In private life he was just as cheery, amusing, and good-tempered as on board ship.

She was as good-tempered as ever; not in the least flustered or put out.

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