Saturday, 23 August 2014



1. a frame of mind; mood or humour
2. a sudden outburst of anger; tantrum
3. a tendency to exhibit uncontrolled anger; irritability
4. a mental condition of moderation and calm
5. the degree of hardness, elasticity, or a similar property of a metal or metal object
-verb (trans.)
6. to make more temperate, acceptable, or suitable by adding something else; moderate
7. to strengthen or toughen (a metal or metal article) by heat treatment, as by heating and quenching
8. (music)
a. to adjust the frequency differences between the notes of a scale on (a keyboard instrument) in order to allow modulation into other keys
b. to make such an adjustment to the pitches of notes in (a scale)
9. a rare word for adapt
10. an archaic word for mix

No bad temper per se
He just doesn’t suffer fools gladly

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