Definition of "temped" [temped]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of temp. (verb)

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Use "temped" in a sentence
  • "The ftorms generally come with the new moon; and if there is a halo or circle about it, it is a fure fign of a temped, which is generally attended with dreadful thunder and lightning."
  • "Between the soft sheets and abundant pillows, I was temped to stay in my plushy tomb, but I was glad when I finally hauled my body downstairs for brunch at the hotel's locally sourced restaurant, Heirloom."
  • "So he should be careful when next temped to push her over the edge or she might come after him wielding his very best wedge."
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