Having an even temper; not easily irritated.(adjective)
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Use "good-tempered" in a sentence
"It was at once affectionate and unsentimental, satirical and good-tempered, orthodox and highly intelligent."
"A big, simple, good-tempered man, slow to anger, who cut his food into tiny pieces and spoke with a slight lisping awkwardness because most of his teeth had been lost to battle or age."
"Casson's good-tempered account of the trip in Red Lacquer Days 1956 is contradicted by Ayer's memory of the "dislike which SS Spencer and I quickly came to feel for one another"."