- s not varying
an equable climate
- s not easily irritated
an equable temper
- Peter stoicism kept him fairly equable through bankruptcy of his company and an accusation of treason.
- The President usually equable, was almost in tears after terrorists killed innocent civilians.
- New Yorker Staffer Brooks writes a clear reportorial style, so coolly equable that at times it scarcely reaches the room temperature needed to sustain living characters.
- Conrad Black in Chicago Tribune
Nixon was in many ways, a morose and very solitary figure, and I'm not. Iget on quite well with people. We all have our down moments but in general,I'm quite equable,Black said as he was packing for Florida. "He was a greathistoric figure,...