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Definitionusual mood and tendencies that come from qualities of mind and character
- Melanie's soft voice, tinged with indignation, went on and on as she told of the recent outburst of temperament on the part of the Lady Harpists.4.45 (8% in)
- From childhood, they had been exact opposites in temperament and they had been further estranged by his objections to the manner in which she had reared Charles— "Making a damn sissy out of a soldier's son!2.8 (67% in)
- But then, one of Ashley's unselfish temperament goes about the world doing so many good deeds that you can't expect him to remember all of them.5.57 (63% in)
There are no more uses of "temperament" in Gone with the Wind.
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