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- adv. In a temperamental manner
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In temperament; as regards temperament.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. by temperament
Later, Cook is described as temperamentally different than Jobs.
Unfortunately, Johnson was ill-suited ideologically and temperamentally for the demands of the job.
He was temperamentally closer to the Co-operative movement than to free market fundamentalism.
It is here I hook up with Dr. Zahi Hawass, head of the Egyptian Antiquity Commission, and a man temperamentally disinclined to keep any achievement quiet.
Brought up in an arts-loving family, a Humanities graduate and temperamentally suspicious of Science (even though I was living with a games programmer), I had a deep mistrust and anxiety about anything to do with things technical.
Lisa Appignanesi is an ambitious writer who is temperamentally drawn to big subjects.
With penetration and style, he paints a complex portrait of a society geographically and temperamentally divided, constantly at war with itself, yet managing to forge a cohesive national identity at home and abroad.
This man clearly is not temperamentally suited to the practice of medicine - = cmac = -
This man clearly is not temperamentally suited to the practice of medicine.
You are far afield in different ways in an ideological sense, but lately in a similar manner temperamentally vis a vis an inclination to assume bad faith, which is unfortunate.
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