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temper British & World English

A person’s state of mind seen in terms of their being angry or calm

temper English Thesaurus

Drew had walked out in a temper

fly into a rage British & World English

Become suddenly or violently angry

ill temper British & World English

Irritability; anger

ill temper English Thesaurus

her ill temper was caused by an argument with her boyfriend

short temper British & World English

A tendency to lose one’s temper quickly

out of temper British & World English

In an irritable mood

keep one's temper British & World English

Retain (or fail to retain) composure when angry

keep one's temper in temper British & World English

Retain (or fail to retain) composure when angry

fly into a rage in fly1 British & World English

Become suddenly or violently angry

keep or lose one's temper in temper British & World English

Retain (or fail to retain) composure when angry

lose one's temper in temper English Thesaurus

suddenly, Maria lost her temper