quick-tempered love

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Easily aroused to anger.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. Easily or quickly angered or frustrated.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Passionate; irascible.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. quickly aroused to anger

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Examples

  • She is the only member of the group who could be described as quick-tempered.

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  • He killed for the love of it—because he was quick-tempered—to avoid arrest—for his own amusement—any reason that came to his mind would suffice.

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  • I'd like to say that having cancer improved the parts of my personality that I'm not so keen on – my impatient, quick-tempered side.

    I had cancer while I was pregnant

  • Graziadei, best known for playing Daniel Romalotti on The Young and the Restless, will portray Callum, a good-looking but quick-tempered guy with deadly charm.

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  • These men were too violent and quick-tempered to aid her.

    Dreams of a Dark Warrior

  • Her shoulders tight, motions jerky and quick-tempered.

    Earl of Durkness

  • McLaren, who played Rosie's doomed teacher on the AMC series, will play Dale Jakes, a quick-tempered U.S. Customs agent.

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  • More photos and interactive graphics Among them are Victor Zamora and Carlos Barri os Contreras — the first, a family man who has come to be called "The Poet," the other, a 27-year-old who friends characterize as a quick-tempered ladies 'man.

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  • But there was also Modi—transmuted into both Maudit ("accursed") and Malodor ("madman")—a self- destructive, destitute alcoholic and drug addict; a quick-tempered and violent womanizer; a schizophrenic exhibitionist who insulted waiters, broke dishes, glasses and chairs, threw his mistress through a window and, when drunk, stripped nude in bars and cafés.

    The Bad Boy of Montparnasse

  • For example, if I have a wife and I only see how mean-spirited and quick-tempered she is, and I see her that way all the time, then she becomes fixed into that character definition, and nothing else.

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