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  1. -tempered

    • IPA[ˈtɛmpəd]
    • comb.
      having a specified temper or disposition
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    • 1. having a specified temper or disposition ill-tempered
    • n.
      a person's state of mind seen in terms of their being angry or calm: he rushed out in a very bad temper
    • v.
      improve the hardness and elasticity of (steel or other metal) by reheating and then cooling it: the way a smith would temper a sword tempered steel pins

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    • n.
      a person's state of mind seen in terms of their being angry or calm: he rushed out in a very bad temper
    • v.
      improve the hardness and elasticity of (steel or other metal) by reheating and then cooling it: the way a smith would temper a sword tempered steel pins

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      (of a person or animal) having a cheerful or emotionally stable disposition.

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    • adj.
      having a cheerful or emotionally stable disposition: ‘You'll find her not so well-tempered as she might seem!’

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    • adj.
      easily annoyed or made angry: seldom has there been a more naughty and bad-tempered child

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    • adj.
      easily annoyed or made angry: in a heat wave, many people become increasingly bad-tempered

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    • adj.
      not easily irritated or made angry: she's such a sweet-tempered, good-natured girl

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    • adj.
      not easily irritated or made angry: she was amiable and good-tempered

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • comb.
      having a specified temper or disposition: ill-tempered

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