Simple Definition of temperamental
: likely to become upset or angry
: unpredictable in behavior or performance
: of or relating to someone's usual attitude, mood, or behavior
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Examples of temperamental in a sentence
The actor is known for being temperamental.
The old computer is temperamental.
They divorced due to temperamental differences.
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Rhymes with temperamental
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TEMPERAMENTAL Defined for Kids
Definition of temperamental for Students
1 : likely to become angry or upset <The actor is known for being temperamental and storming off stage.>
2 : unpredictable in behavior or performance <a temperamental car>
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