Adjective(1) not varying(2) not easily irritated
(1) Their diverse flora and fauna were considered mainly a response to a stable and an equable climatic regime.(2) As the others flounced and stamped their way through the jungle, Blackburn's equable temper won through.(3) During the Eocene, this region was located at much the same latitude it is today, though global climate was more equable .(4) Martin's wide experience and equable disposition enabled him to mediate institutional rivalries in the history profession; he was greatly in demand as a supervisor of postgraduate research.(5) His true marvel has been to maintain an equable temper in conditions which really ought to have quadrupled his 15-a-day smoking habit.(6) Therein, perhaps, lies a clue: wherever it is, whatever he is, he would wear it with a certain equable tough-mindedness, a discreet cynicism tinged with self-deprecating irony.(7) The more equable climate should ensure a good night for the Europeans.(8) The climate even at high latitudes during much of this period was warm and equable year-round, described by one investigator as ├ö├ç├┐wall-to-wall Jamaica.├ö├ç├û(9) Her sound was more beautiful, her stage presence more serene, her personality more equable .(10) Calm is emphasised by silence, and by the equable temperature.(11) Its equable temperament, unusual among terriers, results in large measure from the fact that it was originally a hunt terrier, expected to run peacefully with foxhounds.(12) Persians are the most mellow, sedentary and equable cats ever created.(13) My spirits were equable but not equal to adventure so I pulled in to a lay-by to eat my lunch, listening to a radio programme on Rachmaninov's second piano concerto.(14) In the Torres Islands the predominant seasonal winds occur within a weather regime that is fairly equable throughout the year.(15) He was also extremely experienced, mentally robust, and equable .(16) The climate is generally mild, equable and mostly free from extremes of heat and cold, but very high temperatures occur in the northwest and very cold temperatures on the Southern Tablelands.
(1) equable :: equable
1. even-tempered ::
hyd yn oed-dymheru
2. stable ::
1. harsh ::
2. inclement ::
3. intemperate ::
4. severe ::
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