Definition of temperamental:
addictive, mercurial, emotional, irritable, fantastical, undependable, inefficient, ineffective, dark, short-tempered, moody, fickle, fractious, mutable, born, badass, quicksilver, saturnine, sensitive, continue, morose, bad-tempered, constitutionally, feelings, whimsical, inconsistent, useless, clingy, fluid, glum, changeful, freakish, flickery, planetary, sour, defective, purposeless, variable, pathetic, changeable, glowering, fantastic, inconstant, classy, unsettled, volatile, erratic, adaptive, worthless, unpredictable, capricious, unreliable, ticklish, touchy, fluctuating, uncertain, skittish, flawed, sullen, futile, faulty, hot-tempered, irascible, babyish, flexible, change, dour, unstable, unsteady, pointless, wandering.
- "The Upton Letters", Arthur Christopher Benson.
- "The Madigans", Miriam Michelson.
This action of Halleck was the consequence partly of accidents which had prevented communication between them and caused Halleck to think him insubordinate, partly of false reports to Halleck that Grant was drinking to excess, partly of Halleck's dislike of Grant,- a temperamental incapacity of appreciation.- "Ulysses S. Grant", Walter Allen.