untemperamental love



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  • adj. Not temperamental.


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un- +‎ temperamental


  • He looked more like himself; easygoing, untemperamental.

    An Accidental Greek Wedding

  • In the morning there was the doctor, a weary little man, untemperamental and mercifully impervious to insult, who chugged up the lane in a car that needed but one twist of the crank to release a great many clattering things.


  • Afterward he admitted to Garry, it was difficult to believe that one spontaneous ebullition of a nature not untemperamental could provoke so much discussion, frivolous and otherwise.


  • "Looks like a-- hoor," was the Belgian-Dutch verdict, a verdict which was obviously due to the costume of the lady in question almost as much as to the untemperamental natures sojourning at La Ferté.

    The Enormous Room

  • Later, Paderewski came from Warsaw, his art sacrificed on the altar of patriotism, leonine in appearance, but surprisingly untemperamental in diplomatic negotiation.

    Woodrow Wilson and the World War A Chronicle of Our Own Times.

  • The lead pencils had the most untemperamental looking points.

    The Cruise of the Jasper B.

  • "She's one of those single-hearted, untemperamental women.

    Grain of Dust.


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