good-tempered good-tempered


  • (adj) not easily irritated



  1. This good-tempered, able-bodied collection of folksy poems, is made up out of some State-of-Maine-colored fragments from human nature's rural rag bag.
  2. But, considering General Charles de Gaulle's recent choler, the French attitude was surprisingly good-temperedand too cogent to be ignored.
  3. She is more interested in having a good-tempered husband than a faithful one, although she wishes he were more romantic.


  • "It was good-tempered, not tearful," said Cook. "God knows, I'm in my fifties and I was brought up in a tough culture where men don't cry."
    on Aug 6, 2005 By: Robin Cook Source: Independent

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