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
Of course, my temper tantrum quickly evaporated when the movie started.
That's on display from Day 1, and to many, Bush - compared with Trump's tweets, tantrums and general disregard for truth - looks like a scholar and a gentleman.
After his tantrum, Meghan and Harry make out and cry.
Customs and Border Protection Trump’s tantrum at Nielsen was reportedly sparked by the fact that over both March and April, more than 50,000 people without papers came into the custody of federal officials at the border.
Cho’s elder sister gained worldwide notoriety for pitching a tantrum on board a Korean Air flight that forced the aircraft to return to an airport gate in 2014.
Cho Hyun-min, 35, is a younger sister of Cho Hyun-ah, a Korean Air vice president whose 2014 tantrum over how macadamia nuts had been served to her in first class made the company a target of ridicule and outrage, in South Korea and elsewhere.
Shortly after her son began crying, his toddler sister threw a temper tantrum, as kids often do.
One had to leave for the second time, having previously been rehired after spending time in jail for throwing a tantrum in 2014 when a flight attendant served her macadamia nuts in a packet rather than arranged on a plate.
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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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