equably equably


  • (adv) in an equable manner


  1. Other European countries have learned to live more or less equably with the oldest profession.
  2. Like their leader the Graham dancers are grimly conscious of exploring a new field, go on indifferent to criticism, accept laughter and boos as equably as cheers.
  3. Washington, wanting nothing more than that the Bizerte issue be solved swiftly and equably, tried to mediate.


  • Newton said, "Time exists in and of itself and flows equably without reference to anything external," and made similar statements about space, but Einstein showed that measurements about time and space are not absolute, they are relative.
    on Jan 29, 2005 By: Isaac Newton Source: Wired News

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