equableness

  • 1Equableness — E qua*ble*ness, n. Quality or state of being equable. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2equableness — noun see equable …

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  • 3equableness — See equability. * * * …

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  • 4equableness — noun The state or quality of being equable …

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  • 5equableness — n. Evenness, equability, serenity, unruffled character …

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  • 6equableness — n 1. uniformity, sameness, regularity, regularness, consistency; unchangingness, constancy, invariability, invariableness; steadiness, stability, stableness, levelness, evenness. 2. justness, equitableness, fairness, impartiality, im partialness …

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  • 7equableness — eq·ua·ble·ness …

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  • 8equableness — noun ( es) : the quality or condition of being equable …

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  • 9equable — adjective Etymology: Latin aequabilis, from aequare to make level or equal, from aequus Date: 1677 1. marked by lack of variation or change ; uniform < an equable distance apart > 2. marked by lack of noticeable, unpleasant, or extreme variation&#8230; …

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  • 10equable — equability, equableness, n. equably, adv. /ek weuh beuhl, ee kweuh /, adj. 1. free from many changes or variations; uniform: an equable climate; an equable temperament. 2. uniform in operation or effect, as laws. [1635 45; < L aequabilis that can …

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  • 11equability — n. Evenness, uniformity, equableness, serenity, unruffled character, calmness …

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  • 12flightiness — light mindedness, volatility, levity, *Iightness, frivolity, flippancy Analogous words: capriciousness, unstableness or instability, fickleness, mercurialness or mercuriality, inconstancy (see corresponding adjectives at INCONSTANT):&#8230; …

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  • 13philosophy — n 1. study of truth, natural philosophy, moral philosophy, metaphysical philosophy; metaphysics, Philos. aesthetics, epistemology, logic, logistic, symbolic logic, Aristotelian logic. 2. philosophical system, philosophical doctrine or teaching,&#8230; …

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  • 14phlegm — n 1. mucus, Inf. snot. 2. dullness, lethargy, hebetude, listlessness; sluggishness, slowness, languor, lassitude, indolence, torpidity, torpidness, torpor; inactivity, inactiveness, inertness, passiveness, passivity; apathy, indifference,&#8230; …

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  • 15temper — n 1. disposition, temperament, constitution, state or frame of mind, mood, spirits, humor; nature, condition, vein, tone, tenor, grain, type, character, spirit. 2. ill humor, petulance, peevishness, irritability, huf fishness, churlishness,&#8230; …

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  • 16equable — /ˈɛkwəbəl / (say ekwuhbuhl) adjective 1. free from variations; uniform, as motion or temperature: *enjoying a fairly equable rainfall. –joseph furphy, 1903. 2. uniform in operation or effect, as laws. 3. tranquil, even, or not easily disturbed,&#8230; …

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