He is so careless and good-tempered that anything pleases him for the moment.
And he, who was usually so good-tempered and gentle, was convulsed with grief and anger.
Yet my general appearance looked so happy, healthy, and good-tempered that I felt wholly pleased with myself.
He was a very rich man, and was considered by the neighbours to be good-tempered.
good-tempered Tim, the waggoner, who loved his horses, had his grudge against Alick in the matter of corn.
But I always say, it is so easy for people of small means to be good-tempered.
He was a most amiable and good-tempered man; too fond, perhaps, of the society of persons of rank for a true philosopher.
Pacific Knowles and good-tempered Davis had come to blows over it.
Jane Mullins lost her look of care, and became cheerful and fat and good-tempered once more.
And the boy was charmed to find that any one who was good-tempered could have relations with letters.