equably : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in an equable manner
he is an equably cheerful fellow
- Other European countries have learned to live more or less equably with the oldest profession.
- In the current issue of The Catholic World, Father Weigel provides an equably tempered, coolly reasoned analysis of what he calls "The Protestant Stance Today.
- He writes them out, admitting equably beforehand that "he has nothing really to do with them.
- Isaac Newton in Wired News
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.