temperature

[ tem-per-uh-cher, -choo r, -pruh-, -per-cher, -choo r ]SEE DEFINITION OF temperature

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The temperature of the spring was 58°, while that of the river was 51°.

The morning was clear, with a temperature at sunrise of 24°.

The temperature of the oven is important in baking potatoes.

At a pressure of 20 pounds, the temperature will be about 260 degrees.

She had been ailing for a month, and now she was down with a temperature.

In the tropics up currents were also caused by temperature differences.

Many persons, and I am one, can drink coffee at a temperature of 131.

I may almost say their temperature would be the same at the Equator as the Pole.

In the end of May, the temperature again rose, and spring returned for good and all.

Isaac knew the temperature of his frames to the twentieth part of a degree.

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