even-tempered


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not easily irritated

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They're a strong, calm, even-tempered breed," says Walker.
His wife, by contrast, was even-tempered, demure and considerate.
Our dog is a loving, loyal family pet, even-tempered, well behaved and also very good with other dogs.
He was organized, thorough, fair, compassionate and even-tempered.
Now, the folks at the D-G are nothing if not even-tempered and gentlemanly, so Smith told E&P the day after the discovery that he was merely surprised, and not at all upset.
It shows parents and professionals how to help children access their emotions, whether the child is verbal or not, cognitively able or impaired, even-tempered or volatile.
The young and more even-tempered Beauxis has started the last two games and Les Bleus may be tempted to stick with him.
He and van Es make pleasant company, both even-tempered enough so that when emotion does break through on-camera, it has real impact.
If cavils must be levied, then Dohnanyi's even-tempered tempos should be faulted.
The puzzle for her was to explain how the otherwise cautious, even-tempered, and reasonable men that she thought she knew could have been drawn into such a frenzy of blood-letting.
Anyone will tell you that he is the most even-tempered and compassionate man you could have the pleasure to meet.
The Santa Fe is an even-tempered machine and pleasant enough to drive ( and for the most the Korean car offers a smooth ride.
The Belle of U Street" is an even-tempered piece, and the book, as a whole, expresses sisterhood and femininity.
His friendly, always even-tempered, cheerful and optimistic attitude put its mark on the Kusters Corporation.