quick temper


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Synonyms for quick temper

a feeling of resentful anger

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Her quick temper instantly resented the discourtesy of which she had been made the object.
My friend and her boyfriend are a great couple and I love them both individually, but they have very heated rows due to his quick temper and some personal issues.
Dear Coleen MY FRIEND and her boyfriend are a great couple and I love them both individually, but they have very heated rows due to his quick temper and some personal issues.
She was described as a 'heroic and loveable character', with a quick temper and first-rate moral and physical courage.
It seems that he not only had a quick brain, but a quick temper, too.
Teesside's most senior judge told businessman Gary Crowther: "You are a man with a very quick temper.
Unfortunately, my family only saw his quick temper and said he was using me for my money.
An acerbic character known for his quick temper, Ghani spent time at Columbia, Berkeley and Johns Hopkins universities in the US before joining the World Bank and then serving as Afghan finance minister from 2002-2004.
Jade Moon Chan is an unlucky Fire Horse (an unlucky Chinese zodiac for girls) with a quick temper, remarkable stubbornness, and selfish tendencies.
Type A behaviours include hostility, aggression, impatience and a quick temper.
That incident cast doubts on his managerial future and the County gaffer's quick temper has also landed him a series of touchline bans.
According to Mrs Donaldson her son had "a quick temper at times" and "quite a volatile nature.
Your all too often quick temper makes it hard for you to stay calm when close ones bring up past mistakes.
He also has a very devoted mother who has an equally quick temper, so he is often being threatened with being 'grounded for eternity'.
He was nicknamed ''Irritable Kan'' for his quick temper.