Adjectives for Temper | Words to describe Temper

  • Sullen
  • Sanguine
  • Hot
  • Dissatisfied
  • Calm
  • General
  • Happy
  • Good
  • Amiable
  • Tried
  • Violent
  • Evil
  • Placid
  • Excellent
  • Fretful
  • Feeble
  • Natural
  • Ill
  • Quiet
  • British
  • Ugly
  • Bad
  • Popular
  • Stubborn
  • Own
  • Old
  • Loyal
  • Peculiar
  • Cheerful
  • Philosophical
  • Surly
  • Irritable
  • Fine
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    • 1. Excoriates his own profession whilst in violent temper and ridicules bench of which he is member! 🔊
    • 2. Dick's features indicated a quieter and more stubborn temper. 🔊
    • 3. She must preserve her own health by wholesome diet, air, and exercise, and by keeping a gentle and cheerful temper. 🔊
    • 4. With two men of such violent temper, already jealous to the breaking point, there was no telling what terrible tragedy might happen. 🔊
    • 5. Mary was brimful of vivacity and good-humour, and Ralph quickly caught the contagion of her cheerful temper. 🔊
    • 6. I wondered if his old temper had got hold or him again, and when he got up I wondered what he was going to say. 🔊
    • 7. So genial was the smile, so frank the salutation, that not one scowled back at him or hurled the chunk of coal that bespeaks a surly temper. 🔊
    • 8. The British temper is one of never wasting heroism on needless display, but there is plenty of it for the need. 🔊
    • 9. You, well knowing my determination, and carried away by your evil temper, have magnified into a threat what he never intended as such. 🔊
    • 10. But we drive ahead and keep a philosophical temper and simply do the best we can, and, you may be sure, a good deal of it. 🔊
    • 11. Then this mocking bird beguiling my tried temper into smiling By the lank lopsided languor of the countenance it wore. 🔊
    • 12. Zoe was really in love, and the respect with which Lajos treated her, put her into a very bad temper. 🔊
    • 13. If one hisses and steams, it indicates a fretful temper in owner of chestnut; if both chestnuts equally misbehave it augurs strife. 🔊
    • 14. She put herself altogether in his hands; but she feared his hot temper and implored him not to take vengeance on Kurolyessoff. 🔊
    • 15. His naturally placid temper, undermined by thirty years of newspaper work and two years of prohibition, flamed up also. 🔊
    • 16. There are also many men whose lives are turned to long wretchedness by the selfishness, the worldliness, or the bad temper of their wives. 🔊
    • 17. Besides, he was of a melancholy and dissatisfied temper, knowing men too well, as he said, not to despise and avoid them. 🔊
    • 18. It was in an even more evil temper, in consequence, than snakes usually are, and struck at the jackal with its head and shut mouth. 🔊
    • 19. But to-day her heart was full of far more serious cares than Elizabeth's ill temper. 🔊
    • 20. That is, she had mean aims, a bad temper, no imagination, but the capacity for pity and generosity on occasions. 🔊
    • 21. Only both substantives were qualified by the epithet of the country, for Carmichael had put himself in excellent temper for the day of battle. 🔊
    • 22. The man has to be taken, lies and all, as a man is taken with a squint, or a harelip, or a bad temper. 🔊
    • 23. The following considerations, may aid in preparing a woman to meet such daily crosses, with even a cheerful temper and tones. 🔊
    • 24. He had anticipated sullen temper, renewed quarrels, and then perhaps a separation, but he was startled to find her actually gone. 🔊
    • 25. His fine temper and manly bearing were gone; for the drink, you may be sure, leaves its mark upon its slaves. 🔊
    • 26. This popular temper could not fail to exercise its influence upon Congress and to stimulate the radical tendencies among its members. 🔊
    • 27. It was in the daily little trials and crosses of a life among other men, that he must learn to subdue his proud spirit, and curb his hot temper. 🔊
    • 28. But although I wish my companion to be of a cheerful temper, he need not pipe or dance until the mists have left the hills. 🔊
    • 29. She was a short, stout, amiable woman, whose broad, smiling face spoke of good temper and kindheartedness. 🔊
    • 30. His mother had advised him to stay at home, and told him if he ever won a wife, she would fall in love with his good temper, rather than his legs. 🔊
    • 31. They confess with good temper that their glare, also, is sufficient; that there is, indeed, more than one path across the night. 🔊
    • 32. His country walk, taken with cheerful spirits, had done him all the good his mother desired, and had restored his usually even, happy temper. 🔊
    • 33. A man of such a feeble temper should So get the start of the majestic world, And bear the palm alone. 🔊
    • 34. Then, when he did sufficiently emerge from the tempest of his own thoughts to catch some of the things she was saying, his irritable temper rebelled at once. 🔊
    • 35. His own temper did not err in the direction of meekness, but as he looked round the room he felt that a home such as this would drive him to any degree of humiliation. 🔊
    • 36. There is nothing, which has a more abiding influence on the happiness of a family, than the preservation of equable and cheerful temper and tones in the housekeeper. 🔊
    • 37. Vixen was in a peculiar temper during those three weeks, and poor Miss McCroke had hard work with her. 🔊
    • 38. A word or two is perhaps necessary, in addition to what has been said, as to the means by which good temper is to be preserved and bad temper avoided. 🔊
    • 39. A word or two is perhaps necessary, in addition to what has been said, as to the means by which good temper is to be preserved and bad temper avoided. 🔊
    • 40. Born in a harsh and wet climate, which keeps him in doors whenever he is at rest, and being of an affectionate and loyal temper, he dearly loves his house. 🔊
    • 41. Some people attain it through sympathy; others through natural intelligence; others through a calm temper; others again by observing closely the mistakes of their neighbors. 🔊
    • 42. His visits were stolen, indeed, but they were frequent; and he evinced on these occasions a sensibility which could scarcely have been expected from the easy indifference of his general temper. 🔊
    • 43. There was another reason for my not employing her to which I have not so far referred, the reason really of her slovenliness and bad temper and gradual deterioration. 🔊
    • 44. Circumstances had so far overcome my natural temper, that I more than once appealed to the humanity of those whom a strange curiosity led to this dreariest scene of human woe. 🔊
    • 45. Once upon a time there lived a little girl whose father and mother were very rich, so the little girl had lovely dresses, but she had a very bad temper and was very proud so nobody loved her. 🔊
    • 46. We shall continue in this habit, as there is scarcely any thing ever more amusing than "what the world says" of our concerns, even when it is in the least amiable temper. 🔊
    • 47. If not actually apprehensive of robbery, she was, perhaps, more inclined to trust to her own quiet temper, in a case of emergency, than to my warmer one. 🔊
    • 48. He had a cheerful and sanguine temper, and if there was one thing rather than another which he had learned to consider secure, it was the Constitution which he had so large a share in making. 🔊
    • 49. He had let out his grievance at last, and from the smouldering resentment in his eyes, she understood that some real or imaginary injustice had put him, for the moment at least, in an ugly temper. 🔊
    • 50. His wild moments of violent temper when he would swear and smash things, absurd almost lovable storms that passed like summer thunder, must have been starkly dreadful to her. 🔊

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