good-tempered


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good-tem·pered

(go͝od′tĕm′pərd)
adj.
Having an even temper; not easily irritated.

good′-tem′pered·ly adv.

good-tempered

adj
of a kindly and generous disposition

good′-tem′pered



adj.
good-natured; amiable.
[1760–70]
good′-tem′pered•ly, adv.
good′-tem′pered•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.good-tempered - not easily irritated; "an equable temper"; "not everyone shared his placid temperament"; "remained placid despite the repeated delays"
good-natured - having an easygoing and cheerful disposition; "too good-natured to resent a little criticism"; "the good-natured policeman on our block"; "the sounds of good-natured play"

good-tempered

adjective
Pleasant and friendly in disposition:
Translations

good-tempered

[ˈgʊdˈtempəd] ADJ [person] → amable, de buen humor; [tone] → afable, amistoso; [discussion] → sereno, sin pasión

good-tempered

[ˌgʊdˈtɛmpəd] adjbuono/a
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She was a great favorite with her mates, being good-tempered and possessing the happy art of pleasing without effort.
John does all he can to please her, and James does all he can, and our master never uses a whip if a horse acts right; so I think she might be good-tempered here.
As she grew up, a sound English education corrected in a great measure her French defects; and when she left school, I found in her a pleasing and obliging companion: docile, good-tempered, and well-principled.
At first she was not at all interested, but gradually, as the girl rattled on in her good-tempered, homely way, Mary began to notice what she was saying.
Yes; but you had better not have anything to say to him, for he is not a very good-tempered gentleman.
That he was not a good-tempered man had been her firmest opinion.
And these vagaries are the harder to bear patiently, as becomes a man and an officer, because no sailor is really good-tempered during the first few days of a voyage.
Good-tempered Tim, the waggoner, who loved his horses, had his grudge against Alick in the matter of corn.
She was nothing more than a mere good-tempered, civil and obliging young woman; as such we could scarcely dislike here--she was only an Object of Contempt--.
It is to such as you that the good of this world falls: ready dulness, healthy selfishness, good-tempered conceit-- these are the keys to happiness.
According to my now well-developed theory he had certainly misappropriated his aged cousins' monies under power of attorney, and had probably driven poor Agnes Moultrie out of her wits, but I wished that he was not so gentle, and good-tempered, and innocent eyed.
The boy was entirely happy to be out chewing pan and seeing new people in the great good-tempered world.