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  • tem´per|a|ble — tem|per «TEHM puhr», noun, verb. –n. 1. state of mind; disposition; mood: »She has a sweet temper. She was in no temper to be kept waiting. SYNONYM(S): humor. See syn. under disposition. (Cf. ↑disposition) …   Useful english dictionary

  • tem´per|er — tem|per «TEHM puhr», noun, verb. –n. 1. state of mind; disposition; mood: »She has a sweet temper. She was in no temper to be kept waiting. SYNONYM(S): humor. See syn. under disposition. (Cf. ↑disposition) …   Useful english dictionary

  • tem|per — «TEHM puhr», noun, verb. –n. 1. state of mind; disposition; mood: »She has a sweet temper. She was in no temper to be kept waiting. SYNONYM(S): humor. See syn. under disposition. (Cf. ↑disposition) …   Useful english dictionary

  • tem´per|ate|ness — tem|per|ate «TEHM puhr iht, priht», adjective. 1. not very hot, and not very cold: »a temperate climate. 2. moderate; self restrained; using self control: »She spoke in a temperate manner, not favoring either side especially. SYNONYM(S): calm,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • tem´per|ate|ly — tem|per|ate «TEHM puhr iht, priht», adjective. 1. not very hot, and not very cold: »a temperate climate. 2. moderate; self restrained; using self control: »She spoke in a temperate manner, not favoring either side especially. SYNONYM(S): calm,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • tem|per|ate — «TEHM puhr iht, priht», adjective. 1. not very hot, and not very cold: »a temperate climate. 2. moderate; self restrained; using self control: »She spoke in a temperate manner, not favoring either side especially. SYNONYM(S): calm, dispassionate …   Useful english dictionary

  • tem´per|a|men´tal|ly — tem|per|a|men|tal «TEHM puhr uh MEHN tuhl, pruh », adjective. 1. subject to moods and whims; easily irritated; sensitive. 2. showing a strongly marked individual temperament. 3. due to temperament; constitutional: »Cats have a temperamental… …   Useful english dictionary

  • tem|per|a|men|tal — «TEHM puhr uh MEHN tuhl, pruh », adjective. 1. subject to moods and whims; easily irritated; sensitive. 2. showing a strongly marked individual temperament. 3. due to temperament; constitutional: »Cats have a temperamental dislike for water.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • tem|per|a|ment — «TEHM puhr uh muhnt, pruh », noun. 1. a person s nature; make up; disposition: »She has a nervous temperament. Her highly strung temperament made her uncertain…capricious…enchanting (George Bernard Shaw). SYNONYM(S): See syn. under disposition.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • tem|per|ance — «TEHM puhr uhns, pruhns», noun. 1. the state or quality of being moderate in action, speech, or habits; self control: »Temperance should be applied not only to food and drink but also to work and play. 2. the state or quality of being moderate in …   Useful english dictionary

  • tem|per|a|ture — «TEHM puhr uh chuhr, chur; pruh », noun. 1. the degree of heat or cold. The temperature of freezing water is 32 degrees Fahrenheit. »The colour of a glowing opaque body depends only on its temperature and not on its composition (Bondi and Bondi) …   Useful english dictionary

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