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  • adj. Alternative spelling of good-tempered.

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Examples

  • He was generous, brave, good-natured, and what is commonly called goodtempered; but he was scarcely to be controlled.

    Richard Lovell Edgeworth

  • Coming away from a reception, Richard Henry Dana, Jr., reported that “Mrs. Lincoln looks like the housekeeper of the establishment, and a notable, prying and not goodtempered housekeeper,” while “‘Abe’ looks like a man who has brought in something to sell.”

    LINCOLN AT HOME

  • One of the innumerable mysteries of nature which are at present absolutely insoluble is why some snakes should be so vicious and others absolutely placid and goodtempered.

    I. The Start

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