Examples of tantrum in a Sentence
had a tantrum when he found his little sister using his model paints
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The tantrum, of course, was the perfect capstone to the story.
Edging Closer’ India’s foreign-currency purchases have largely been driven by the need to bolster reserves since the 2013 taper tantrum, which pushed the rupee to a record low.
The tantrum demonstrated that floating currencies could not insulate emerging economies entirely from global financial forces, as Ms Rey has argued.
In the real world, Burt and his Soviet counterparts managed to sign the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, in 1991, without throwing any temper tantrums.
In the two-hour finale, tantrum-throwing Josh won, edging show veteran Paul, who also finished second last year.
Kelly has at times been criticized for making blunt public assessments of his players and throwing tantrums on the sideline that are often caught on television, but there have been no public accusations of player mistreatment.
Their pitiful mewling about refreshing the Tree of Liberty looks like the tantrums of children compared to the story that Julius Lakatos tells.
Throwing a tantrum only incited catcher Willson Contreras, who followed Lackey's lead with an over-the-top outburst that required Cubs manager Joe Maddon and teammate Javier Baez to stop him from bumping Baker.
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Origin and Etymology of tantrum
First Known Use: 1714See Words from the same year
Synonymsblowup, explosion, fireworks, fit, hissy [chiefly Southern & southern Midland], hissy fit, huff, scene
Related Wordseruption, flare-up, outburst, storm, uproar; agitation, delirium, distraction, frenzy, furor, furore, fury, hysteria, rage, rampage; convulsion (s), paroxysm, seizure, spasm, upheaval; angriness, choler, indignation, irateness, ire, lividity, lividness, spleen, wrath, wrathfulness; reaction, rise; dander, temper; grouch, hump [British], pet, pouts, snit, sulk (s), sulkiness, sullenness
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