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That temper of yours is going to get you into trouble.
She should never have married a man with such a violent temper.
He’s not a bad boss, but he has a short temper.
Andrew has not yet learned to control his temper.
Tempers flared and things began to get out of control.
It was a difficult meeting and tempers got a bit frayed.
When Mark turned up he was in a foul temper.
He seems to be in a good temper.
He doesn’t mean what he says when he’s in a temper.
When she refused to help, he flew into a temper.
He stormed out of the room in a fit of temper.
As a small child he had had violent temper tantrums.