- (Roget's IV)
Syn. emotionally, typically, by nature; see mentally .
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temperamentally — [[t]te̱mprəme̱ntəli[/t]] ADV: ADV with cl/group, ADV after v Temperamentally means because of someone s basic nature or related to someone s basic nature. He is a quitter who is temperamentally unsuited to remaining a champion … English dictionary
temperamentally — adv. Temperamentally is used with these adjectives: ↑incapable, ↑suited … Collocations dictionary
temperamentally — temperamental ► ADJECTIVE 1) relating to or caused by temperament. 2) liable to unreasonable changes of mood. DERIVATIVES temperamentally adverb … English terms dictionary
temperamentally — adverb by temperament temperamentally suited to each other • Derived from adjective: ↑temperamental … Useful english dictionary
temperamentally — adverb see temperamental … New Collegiate Dictionary
temperamentally — See temperamental. * * * … Universalium
temperamentally — adverb in a temperamental manner … Wiktionary
temperamentally — adv. excitably, moodily, in volatile form, with temperament … English contemporary dictionary
temperamentally — tem·per·a·men·tal·ly … English syllables
temperamentally — See: temperamental … English dictionary