Definition of Ill-tempered

1. Adjective. Annoyed and irritable.




Definition of Ill-tempered

1. Adjective. Having ill temper; being in a bad mood. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ill-tempered

ill-humoured
ill-intentioned
ill-judged
ill-mannered
ill-natured
ill-naturedly
ill-naturedness
ill-omened
ill-prepared
ill-proportioned
ill-repute
ill-shapen
ill-sorted
ill-starred
ill-suited
ill-tempered (current term)
ill-thewed
ill-timed
ill-timed(a)
ill-treat
ill-treated
ill-treating
ill-treatment
ill-treats
ill-usage
ill-use
ill-used
ill-will
ill at ease
ill at ease(p)

Literary usage of Ill-tempered

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1. Pahlavi Texts by Edward William West (1885)
"The ill-tempered is less evil * than the ill- informed ; (8) because the ill-tempered, except by a decree, is not able to seize anything away from any one; ..."

2. The English Illustrated Magazine (1895)
"FIRST ill-tempered HUSBAND. You must be mad to ask such a question. ... If you are tired, why don't you go home ? FIRST ILL - TEMPERED ..."

3. The English Illustrated Magazine (1895)
"FIRST ill-tempered HUSBAND. You must be mad to ask such a question. ... FIRST ILL - TEMPERED HUSBAND. Because we are obliged to stay and look after our ..."

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