Not easily disturbed; serene: an equable temper. (adjective)
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Use "equable" in a sentence
"I have adopted the term equable marketing to designate this interesting attempt to solve the problem of distribution in Han times."
""The present arrangement is more or less temporary," she commenced in equable tones."
"In the year 115 B.C., officers to "equalize distribution", chün shu, which may be termed equable marketing, were appointed."