tem´per|a|men´tal|ly


tem´per|a|men´tal|ly
tem|per|a|men|tal «TEHM puhr uh MEHN tuhl, -pruh-», adjective.
1. subject to moods and whims; easily irritated; sensitive.
2. showing a strongly marked individual temperament.
3. due to temperament; constitutional: »

Cats have a temperamental dislike for water.

tem´per|a|men´tal|ly, adverb.

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  • tem|per|a|men|tal — «TEHM puhr uh MEHN tuhl, pruh », adjective. 1. subject to moods and whims; easily irritated; sensitive. 2. showing a strongly marked individual temperament. 3. due to temperament; constitutional: »Cats have a temperamental dislike for water.… …   Useful english dictionary

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