good-tempered


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Synonyms for good-tempered

Synonyms for good-tempered

not easily irritated

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Anyone who failed to recognize this when they grew old, and became "morose, anxious, ill-tempered, and hard to please," should blame their character, not their age, Cicero suggests: "Older people who are reasonable, good-tempered, and gracious will bear aging well.
To be as calmly good-tempered at the end of the day as at the beginning.
Any time after the Assembly," he told the good-tempered journalists who still wanted to know about the Congress' joining his Ministry.
Marilyn said: "What a superb little lady we have - such a good-tempered girl and very sweet.
Yet, according to eyewitnesses, it had been a sporting, good-tempered match before the sending off.
Things start slowly and are colored by the typical sarcastic but good-tempered Czech humor.
But he worked, and died, in St Helens on Merseyside, where his colleagues in the Borough Police Force described him as "an affable, good-tempered young fellow, brave as a lion, and at all times to be relied on in the performance of his duty".
The idea was to check that she could have children, was good-tempered and had the right "moral qualities.
He's so good-tempered and the), really contributed to that.
He edged out rival candidate -- the president of the old House and DIKO leader Marios Garoyian -- by a single vote, in what proved a civilised and good-tempered affair.
This was though a good-tempered match, and a revealing one: David, who looked as though she had a couple of challengers breathing down her neck a year ago, now looks far ahead of the field.
REFWATCH CRAIG THOMSON can be more than happy with his performance, although the players made life easy for him in a good-tempered 90 minutes.
A spokesman said: "The mood was very constructive and good-tempered.
Although an uncharacteristically good-tempered outing to the countryside vaguely promises a happy family could be forming, Connor's manifest "grooming" of Mia is textbook pedophile behavior, even if Mia is just a year shy of the age of consent in Blighty.
Thus what distinguishes "the good-tempered man from other men is that he becomes angry on the right occasions and seeks revenge when he ought to," being neither vindictive nor having indiscriminate preference for revenge.