One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘it was a particularly appealing prospect for a man of his temperament’
disposition, nature, character, personality, make-up, constitution, complexion, temper, mind, spirit, stamp, mettle, mould
mood, frame of mind, cast of mind, bent, tendency, attitude, outlook
archaic grain, humour
2‘he had begun to show signs of temperament’
volatility, excitability, emotionalism, mercurialness, capriciousness, hot-headedness, quick-temperedness, hot-temperedness, irritability, impatience, petulance
moodiness, touchiness, sensitivity, oversensitivity, hypersensitivity
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