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."