Definition of temperamentally in English:

temperamentally

adverb

  • See temperamental

    • ‘Think, for example, of all the ways in which people are different from one another, physically, mentally and temperamentally.’
    • ‘I feel very strongly that I belong to Scotland, I'm temperamentally Scots by character and by commitment.’
    • ‘Boxing is ideal for women temperamentally too.’
    • ‘And if you put two or three people in one group who are all temperamentally incompatible, then I am pretty sure it would affect their performance.’
    • ‘My brief assignments in corporate offices have not been entirely comfortable; temperamentally I am a hands-on man who likes to see the results of initiatives actually work on the ground.’

Pronunciation

temperamentally

/ˌtɛmp(ə)rəˈmɛntəli/