Antonyms for hot tempered

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We will have patience with him, like a good rider with a hot tempered horse.

She is hot tempered now, and there are feelings in her heart which fight against me.

Sinclair was hot tempered, but of a generous disposition, and he held out his hand to Oswald, frankly.

I know he hasn't always behaved as a soldier ought, but he's as brave as he is hot tempered and reckless.

It would take three days to raise force enough to drive off these men, and he is headstrong and hot tempered.

Bob was too hot tempered to endure the contractor's insults without resenting them.

Hot tempered and obstinate as he undoubtedly is, he is as popular with his division as any general out here.

But still I classified him as hot tempered, not very smart, and slightly mixed up.

He was hot tempered when provoked, and he might have resented the speech if it had come from any other man.