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Date: 1500-1600
Language: Latin
Origin: aequabilis, from aequare; EQUATE

equable

adjective
     
Related topics: Nature
eq‧ua‧ble
1 formal someone who is equable remains calm and happy and does not often get annoyed:
a young man with a naturally equable temperament
2 technicalDN equable weather is neither too hot nor too cold:
a place with a pleasant, equable climate
equably adverb:
She smiled equably.

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