Relating to or caused by temperament: our temperamental differences. (adjective)
Excessively sensitive or irritable; moody.(adjective)
Likely to perform unpredictably; undependable: a temperamental motor. (adjective)
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Use "temperamental" in a sentence
"Reveka, honest and temperamental, is easily outmaneuvered, and so it is usually Reveka who joylessly plunks a silver tray on the coffee table and retreats in a sulk."
"And yet there is a certain temperamental similarity, evident enough now, though it would not have been so a dozen years ago."
"There, he became known as a temperamental experimentalist, obsessive and fearless."