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temp.2 abbreviation of "temporary."
tempeh an Indonesian food that is high in protein, made of fermented soybeans.
temper a habitual state of mind or manner of feeling. [11 definitions]
tempera a painting medium using pigments mixed with a glutinous substance such as egg yolk, glue, or gum. [2 definitions]
temperable combined form of temper.
temperament the manner of thinking, feeling, and acting that is characteristic of a particular person or animal. [2 definitions]
temperamental overly excitable or irritable. [3 definitions]
temperance moderation in action, emotion, speech, or the like; self-restraint. [2 definitions]
temperate characterized by moderation or self-control; restrained. [4 definitions]
Temperate Zone either of two zones or areas of the earth between the tropics and the polar circles, characterized by seasonal climatic changes; North Temperate Zone; South Temperate Zone.
temperature the degree of heat or cold of a body or an environment. [3 definitions]
tempered having a specified kind of temper (usu. used in combination). [3 definitions]
temper tantrum a violent, noisy display of temper, esp. by a young child; tantrum.
tempest a very strong and violent wind, esp. when accompanied by rain, sleet, hail, or snow. [2 definitions]
tempest in a teapot a violent commotion, argument, or the like over a small matter.
tempestuous characterized by disturbance or commotion; stormy; turbulent. [2 definitions]
Templar a knight of a religious military order founded by the Crusaders in the twelfth century in Jerusalem.
template a pattern or mold used as a guide, especially a thin piece of metal, plastic, or wood used in cutting or shaping other pieces, as in woodworking. [4 definitions]
temple1 a building or place where a deity or deities are worshiped. [4 definitions]
temple2 the flat area on either side of the head between the forehead and ear.
temple3 a device that keeps cloth stretched properly on the loom during weaving.