He is so careless and good-tempered that anything pleases him for the moment.
She knew also that she could not trust herself to be pleasant and good-tempered.
Yet my general appearance looked so happy, healthy, and good-tempered that I felt wholly pleased with myself.
The brass teakettle looked to be good-tempered but unreliable.
good-tempered Tim, the waggoner, who loved his horses, had his grudge against Alick in the matter of corn.
Jeannette is beautiful and accomplished, sensible and 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.
She was good-tempered and kind to all about her, but not as sensible and discreet as she should have been.
Jane Mullins lost her look of care, and became cheerful and fat and good-tempered once more.
He was a good-tempered, sensible boy, and a pleasant guest in any household.