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acerbity sharpness or severity of temper or manner. [1/2 definitions]
bad-tempered having a bad temper or mood; cranky; irritable.
bile ill temper or anger; irritability. [1/2 definitions]
blowup a violent outburst of temper or argument. [1/3 definitions]
blow up (informal) to lose one's temper. [1/5 definitions]
boiling point (informal) the point at which one loses control, usu. of one's temper. [1/2 definitions]
choleric having a quick temper; easily angered.
dander (informal) capacity for anger; temper. [1/2 definitions]
get up on the wrong side of the bed to be in an irritable temper, as from the earliest part of the day.
good-tempered having a good temper; not easily angered or irritated; amiable; good-natured.
hasty quick to become inflamed, as one's temper. [1/3 definitions]
hothead a person who angers or loses his or her temper easily. [1/2 definitions]
hot-tempered having a short temper; easily angered.
huff a state of resentment or bad temper; offended, angry mood. [1/3 definitions]
jade2 a woman with a bad temper or reputation. [1/3 definitions]
keep one's shirt on (informal) to hold one's temper; refrain from becoming angry or impatient.
last straw the most recent in a series of irritations or disappointments, which causes a loss of endurance, patience, temper, or the like.
mercurial volatile in temper; changeable; fickle. [1/2 definitions]
mollify to lessen the violence, harshness, or intensity of; temper. [1/3 definitions]
out of sorts in an irritable temper. [1/2 definitions]
pet2 a sulky mood or fit of temper; peeve; petulance.