short temper

NOUN
  1. a feeling of resentful anger
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How To Use short temper In A Sentence

  • It gives me the right to explain that my periodic short tempered, cranky moments are a biproduct of the disease.
  • The relentless sweltering had gotten to all of us, kids and adults alike; we were short tempered and cranky and prone to starting fights over nothing.
  • He was solidly built with short black hair and curiously red eyes, his physical strength was apparent, as was his short temper when he snapped at his brother.
  • He had a short temper and was prone to outbursts of violence.
  • He had a short temper and was prone to outbursts of violence.
  • Elian put a comforting hand on his brother's shoulder to calm the short tempered swordsmen.
  • A gruff man with a short temper and a big voice, his shortcomings were as obvious as his merits were hidden.
  • The drift gyttja layer in Kalv√∂viken is synchronous with a short temperature anomaly found in ice cores from Greenland.
  • The only flaw in his character seems to be a short temper.
  • Those who have met him recall his urbane charm, vigorous handshakes, jokes and contagious laughter, but also his short temper, especially towards "arrogant" journalists. Laurent Gbagbo: Democratic martyr turned dictator | David Smith
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