Definitions for equableˈɛk wə bəl, ˈi kwə-
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eq•ua•bleˈɛk wə bəl, ˈi kwə-(adj.)
free from many changes or variations; uniform:
an equable climate.
not easily annoyed or disturbed; calm; even-tempered.
uniform in operation or effect, as laws.
Origin of equable:
1635–45; < L aequābilis=aequā(re) to make equal, equate+-bilis -ble
"an equable climate"
equable, even-tempered, good-tempered, placid(adj)
not easily irritated
"an equable temper"; "not everyone shared his placid temperament"; "remained placid despite the repeated delays"
Unvarying, calm and steady; constant and uniform.
Free from extremes of heat or cold.
Not easily disturbed; tranquil.
Origin: From aequabilis, from aequo, from aequus.
equal and uniform; continuing the same at different times; -- said of motion, and the like; uniform in surface; smooth; as, an equable plain or globe
uniform in action or intensity; not variable or changing; -- said of the feelings or temper
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