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Spell check of temper

Correct spelling: temper

Synonyms:
inure, acerbity, curb, contain, conniption fit, soreness, discomfort, chase, anvil, sense of humor, surliness, except, shrivel, poise, witticism, halo, intractibility, beat, karma, petulance, ambience, qualify, aroma, nature, passion, restrain, vexation, wittiness, hold in, wrath, cheer, botheration, ire, air, mood, humour, tetchiness, complexion, soften, excitation, resentment, brace, composure, vibration, climate, body fluid, irascibility, buttress, allow, assuage, patina, subdue, stipulate, appease, crossness, prop, exasperation, chip away, normalise, smell, emotion, hardness, dilute, invigorate, gentle, season, compose oneself, stamina, modality, spirit, excitability, vein, short fuse, pacify, staying power, crucible, sense of humour, choler, asperity, biliousness, fretfulness, renormalize, limit, solidity, renormalise, flavor, lead, heart, tantrum, displeasure, grain, reduce, annoying, mince, humor, huskiness, empower, fortify, dander, sensitivity, conniption, lessen, sturdiness, burnish, annoyance, furor, correct, indignation, vivify, atmosphere, check, attitude, temperament, bullion, gruntle, stiffness, objurgate, mollify, feather, snappishness, irascibleness, subside, mute, provocation, normalize, irritability, beef up, control, tartness, chastise, liquid body substance, enliven, pettishness, innervation, moderate, be, fit, toughness, tone down, toughen, note, modify, disposition, pique, mitigate, tranquility, tame, tone, erode, animosity, outrage, lenify, chair, pugnacity, reinforce, flavour, chasten, calmness, bodily fluid, aggravation, impatience, ct., indurate, mode, offense, castigate, wit, patience, nimbus, increase, sensation, equanimity, weaken, frame of mind, anger, firmness, conciliate, ruggedness, hold, irritation, reserve, peevishness, strength, formidability, strengthen, spleen, huff, fury, rage, bar, fussiness, anneal, callousness, undercurrent, odor, placate, sullenness, support, feelings, energize, blacksmith, churlishness, rigidity, harden.

Antonyms:
gentleness, mildness, long-suffering, love, self-restraint, forbearance, leniency, peacefulness, patience, lenity, peaceableness, amiability, charity, peace, self-control.

Examples of usage:

1) Why, nature is your skin, temper only your great- coat. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

2) Of course it's enough to ruin any man's temper, all the trouble we've had. - "Contemporary One-Act Plays Compiler: B. Roland Lewis", Sir James M. Barrie George Middleton Althea Thurston Percy Mackaye Lady Augusta Gregor Eugene Pillot Anton Tchekov Bosworth Crocker Alfred Kreymborg Paul Greene Arthur Hopkins Paul Hervieu Jeannette Marks Oscar M. Wolff David Pinski Beulah Bornstead Herma.

3) Whenever you find capacity you will find temper, and I imagine that it would be dangerous to stir you up, for you are as capable a woman as ever I knew. - "The Mystery of the Locks", Edgar Watson Howe.

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