quick-tempered[ kwik-tem-perd ]SEE DEFINITION OF quick-tempered
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR QUICK-TEMPERED
He was a quick-tempered man, and when he saw what was going on, how mad he was!
He was a quick-tempered gentleman, and my playfulness offended him.
"Mistress is so quick-tempered that I cannot live with her," said the girl.
They were almost as safe as a large dog is if he is known to be quick-tempered.
He said: "Do you know what a wilful, quick-tempered girl Clara is?"
"That Sewall is a kind of quick-tempered fellow," he remarked to Dow.
You know Bart used to be quick-tempered, resentful, and inclined to brood.
Ole weighed two-twenty in his summer haircut and was quick-tempered.
She will be quick-tempered, strong-willed, very courageous and rather selfish.
She is quick-tempered, and is of the class—English serving-girl.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR QUICK-TEMPERED
- dying to
- having short fuse
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- on pins and needles
- racing one's motor