Terms used to describe temperamental
animals include "flighty," "excitable," and "high strung.
He was temperamental
and did not like to be around other cats or even children.
Rakti: despite being temperamental
he won five Group 1s for Jarvis
Tanvir played down the Akhtar's temperamental
problems that often landed the pacer in trouble.
1 : likely to become angry or upset <The actor is known for being temperamental
and storming off stage.
Cunningham claimed a good scalp as he unanimously outscored triple Irish champion PJ Delaney at the Rainton Meadows Arena, where McGirr stopped temperamental
Conner Burns in the second round.
However, alstroemerias are temperamental
, sometimes not growing at all in the first year after planting.
Sadly, it would seem that notoriously temperamental
Ms Campbell's fame and fortune set her apart from us mere mortals.
He's a temperamental
person and I don't want him to go anywhere.
Chefs are renowned for being temperamental
, but RTE's documentary The Pressure Cooker showed McGrath to be a boss who treated his staff like dirt.
I want all my players to play with humility - I don't want temperamental
Authors such as Nigg (2006) underscore the presence of certain temperamental
dimensions among the risk factors in the development of anxiety problems.
Stephen Jeary, defending, said Colsey had temperamental
Rosen's point is that the Court's most successful jurists--he spotlights John Marshall, John Harlan, Hugo Black, and William Rehnquist, and tips his hat to several others--have the same temperamental
strengths that one looks for in high-performing kindergarteners.
The quality of fearlessness mentioned in the article seems to be one of the temperamental
traits most associated with the development of sociopathy.