equability of tone is best attained by the exclusive use of familiar and idiomatic words.
How this equability of temperature has been maintained does not now matter.
Each system tends by itself to produce periods of equability and periods of greater climatic contrast.
Caroline had something of her father's equability under attack.
The equability of the temperature is probably conducive to health.
Still more noteworthy, however, was the unvarying sweetness and equability of her disposition.
Seeing that her accuser was silent and confused, Lydia recovered her tongue and colour, and the equability of her temper.
We have rain enough, but not equability of temperature or moisture,—no steady, abundant supply of humidity in the air.
A remarkable fact, characteristic of the country west of the Rocky Mountains, is the mildness and equability of the climate.
This cloud is the seeming impossibility of reconciling my truth, irradiation, with my truth, equability of diffusion.