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
Losing his cool and throwing a tantrum on the court isn't a good look.
Designed to enrage and engage all Fox News hosts save perhaps Shep Smith, the song feels more like a tantrum than Williams’ spiritual.
Her spiky retorts, mischievous adventures and epic tantrums hide a lonely young girl with a distorted view of reality.
The Italian also once cried in a game against Sampdoria after receiving a yellow card, before sinking to his knees and throwing a toddler-like tantrum on the pitch.
James spoke for the entire NBA with that temper tantrum.
This is a startlingly childish vision of adult life, and, like a child, Heti expresses her disappointment and her fear of being left behind by throwing a sort of tantrum.
Though not anywhere near the level of McEnroe's old temper tantrums, Jones will sometimes react poorly when something bad happens during practice.
Unsheltered Seattleites are more exposed to Seattle’s infamous rain tantrums, which flood tents and soak blankets and belongings, subjecting the unsheltered to a brutal frost when the temperature drops.
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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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