Definition of out of temper in English:

out of temper

In an irritable mood: on waking each day she had been out of temper
More example sentences
  • A lifelong friend has never known him to be out of temper or speak ill words of others.
  • He was out of temper; and he looked up with an angry scowl.
  • It was not that he was out of temper with Simon.
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