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Synonyms for equable

not varying

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not easily irritated

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Being either too hot or too cold can prevent sleep, so spend some effort on making your bedroom temperature equable.
The series should quickly ramp up Alden's own 'interest and involvement' factor, so the effect is more equal-and equable.
first, alan is the most genial and equable of characters but when he does ballistic he does it notably well and for a few minutes can maintain a very feasible impression of the only live volcano in Wiltshire.
Mani Shankar said that his country wanted equable relations with all the countries and added both the neighbouring countries had many things to share with each other.
The two administrators met with selectmen, members of the Finance Committee and Paxton's two school committee representatives Thursday for a preliminary budget discussion in a meeting more equable than some previous such meetings.
The label was then finished with a matte varnish to ensure an equable visual outcome from every angle.
We call on the management to get around the table and negotiate a fair and equable deal that will avert strike action over Christmas and the New Year.
Briggs zeroed in on things that should be equable for all students.
Despite all his disabilities, he remained equable to the last.
The national mood is more equable at present, but even so a second successive world-beating feat against the same exalted opponents at this ground would not go amiss.
The moral obligations this imposes upon the corporation must inevitably involve a just and reasonably equable distribution of its very considerable resources.
Arid climates are from the ecological and environmental perspective considered to be marginal, notably distanced from the more equable climate zones to both north and south.
In his welcome address, DFSA Chief Executive, Ian Johnston, observed, "IOSCO continues to shape the regulatory landscape, leading us to more equable, transparent markets in which investors can have confidence.
Two cities may have same average temperature, yet one can have extreme climate while the other an equable one throughout the year.
Jonathan Trott (87), who shared a stand of 173 with his captain, made it clear the equable Cook is hardly one for histrionics.