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“This insouciant, high-tempered, gay, and thoughtless disposition, conducted Rene, free from all the passions which embitter life, and often shorten it, to a hale and mirthful old age.”
““Both were high-tempered,” wrote Boyd, “and occasionally there was a row, with Buckingham getting the best of it.””
“As high-tempered as I am, I probably would not have done that.”
“The children of Fiyero and his wife, Sarima, were high-tempered, and they had persuaded Liir to sit on one end of a timber that they intended to pivot out over a pile of hay below.”
“Being a high-tempered man he had requested her to mind her own business, and she had taken him at his word.”
“What the Sylvan was about to demand, Xylina never discovered, for at that moment, Ware's horse, a high-tempered beast who did not suffer the hand of anyone but his master upon him, reacted.”
“My friend Tinnie Tate, professional high-tempered redhead.”
“Cadfael had seen him once or twice in Shrewsbury, a gross, self-important man in his late forties, running to fat, ponderous of movement, and surely no match for that restless, active, high-tempered woman standing grim-faced over her son's hier.”
“The Queen Dowager nee Fu was an indomitable and high-tempered woman, who would not easily yield up her opportunity for power and prestige.”
“The one noticeable difference between the two was that Frank was high-tempered and quick, whereas Jack was always cool and collected.”
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