Examples of tantrum in a Sentence
had a tantrum when he found his little sister using his model paints
Recent Examples of tantrum from the Web
After 20 months of investigations and legal fights and public tantrums, the NFL and Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones are now, too.
If a child is screaming or throwing a tantrum at the dinner table, that’s a behavior issue, not a picky eating issue, Rose says.
Or refraining from throwing a tantrum while tagging along on boring errands.
Emmett's still a couple months shy of his second birthday (!!) but he's already got the crazy-tantrum thing down to a science.
Hopefully when her 20s died that night, so did her future temper tantrums.
And while many came down on his mother for having a brief tantrum, Copeland wasn’t bothered by it.
Congressional Republicans could in a day end the drama over Robert Mueller’s investigation by providing him with legislative protection from the president’s tantrums.
My answer, of course, is no, which results in a tantrum.
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Origin and Etymology of tantrum
First Known Use: 1714See Words from the same year
TANTRUM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tantrum for English Language Learners
: an uncontrolled expression of childish anger : an angry outburst by a child or by someone who is behaving like a child
TANTRUM Defined for Kids
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