Despite his phenomenal singing voice and boyish good looks, Allen is a well-adjusted homebody, who is married and sweet-tempered.
And the days in which a director, even Alfred Hitchcock, can get him for a million are gone the way of the sweet-tempered usher.
Mary Gentry, sweet-tempered and credulous as in her childhood, grew up into a home-lover.
She was very good and sweet-tempered, and everybody loved her.
So come, be yourself again, for you can be sweet-tempered if you only try hard, you know.
Could anything surpass his sweet-tempered affection for his parents?
But Jim was far too sweet-tempered to let her know that she was the hardest pupil he ever tried to teach.
She was also full of spirit, while she was right-minded and sweet-tempered.
He shook his head with that exasperating stubbornness one occasionally finds in sweet-tempered people.
Well would it be if all the clergy were as sweet-tempered as that Bishop of Helstonleigh!