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æquability (uncountable)

  1. Archaic form of equability.
    • 1854, Joseph Addison quoted in The Works of Joseph Addison, G. P. Putnam & Co.; Volume IV, №. 68, page #197:
      If I were to give my opinion upon such an exhausted subject, I should join to these other qualifications a certain æquability or evenness of behaviour.