- temper color,
- temper tantrum,
- temperate bacteriophage,
- temperate zone
Origin of temperamental
Examples from the Web for temperamentally
I mean, temperamentally I was different, and in addition there were three years between me and my next older kin.
Temperamentally speaking, Augusta is so small “c” conservative it makes George Will look louche by comparison.Augusta’s Weird Culture War Ends With Membership for Rice, Moore|Michelle Cottle|August 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Temperamentally, Merkel and Hollande are seen as closer matches, both consensus seekers.French President François Hollande Goes to Washington|Tracy McNicoll|May 18, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He was also temperamentally distrustful of anything too feminine; and Mrs. Tallents Smallpeace was undoubtedly extremely feminine.Fraternity|John Galsworthy
Few persons, no matter how temperamentally constituted, are nervous on first waking in the morning.Find the Woman|Arthur Somers Roche
It vexed her, temperamentally, to think of anybody doing something for nothing.The Root of All Evil|J. S. Fletcher
I am temperamentally Arminian as I am temperamentally Nominalist.God The Invisible King|Herbert George Wells
For each one will express what, according to his lights, he has mentally and temperamentally absorbed.Piano Playing|Josef Hofmann
"of or pertaining to temperament," 1640s, from temperament; in the sense of "moody" it is recorded from 1907.