Short-tempered Meaning in Hindi

Adjective

  1. 1. असहनशील (p. asahanazIla )
  2. 2. क्रोधी (p. krodhI )
  3. 3. तेज़मिज़ाज (p. teज़miज़Aja )
  4. 4. बिगड़ैल (p. bigaड़aila )

Short-tempered Definitions and Meaning in English

  1. 1. Quickly aroused to anger
Usage

1. a hotheaded commander

Synonyms

Short-tempered Sentences from Popular Quotes and Books

1. "She was either temperamental, meaning short-tempered and unhappy, or she was melancholy, meaning listless and unhappy."
- Amy Tan, The Valley of Amazement

2. "I'm pretty short-tempered, you butthead. But I guess I gotta wait a little while before I can blow up at yah."
- Kaori Yuki, Angel Sanctuary

3. "As a parent? My fear is that when we die, we'll have to watch all those moments in our lives when we were short-tempered with our children, all the times they needed our love and and we didn't give it, all those times we were distracted, or in a bad mood, all the times we were angry or impatient."
- Will Ferguson, School Bus Doesn't Stop Here Anymore

4. "He’s been very distracted the last few days. Has he now? And short-tempered. Brenna found her appetite coming back. I’m delighted to hear it. I hope he suffers, the donkey’s ass. Brenna went through the rest of her workday whistling, her mood bright and her hands nimble. She supposed it wasn’t very charitable of her to take pleasure in the idea of another’s unhappiness, but she was human, after all."
- Nora Roberts, Tears of the Moon

5. "We survive on too little sleep, wolf down fast foods on the run, fuel up with coffee and cool down with alcohol and sleeping pills. Faced with relentless demands at work, we become short-tempered and easily distracted. We return home from long days at work feeling exhausted and often experience our families not as a source of joy and renewal, but as one more demand in an already overburdened life."
- Jim Loehr, The Power of Full Engagement: Managing Energy

6. "Agesilao had his rivals even in Italy, chief among them Eugenio Pini from Livorno, who could be just as short-tempered. When he fought Rue The Invincible, the French master who, hit twice in succession, failed to acknowledge being hit as etiquette dictated, Pini pulled the button from his foil and with his next attack ripped open Rue’s jacket. He then tore off his mask and shouted, I suppose that one didn’t arrive either?"
- Richard Cohen, By the Sword: A History of Gladiators

7. "them. In earlier years, I liked my father in some ways. He was social, chatty, witty; people enjoyed being with him and he paid special attention to me. He indulged me. He sometimes gave me rarities I longed for, or some version of them, like a garter snake, instead of a poisonous one. In later years, he seemed to be as aware of me as the stray cat that wandered in one day and never left. Mother had two moods. She was either temperamental, meaning short-tempered and unhappy, or she was melancholy, meaning listless and unhappy."
- Amy Tan, The Valley of Amazement

8. "Atheism offers us the comfort of knowing that we can shape our own lives, and don’t have to rest our fate in the hands of a god whose ways can at best be described as mysterious. It offers the comfort of not having to wonder what we did wrong, or why we’re being punished or tested, every time something bad happens. It offers the comfort of experiencing the world as shaped by a stable and potentially comprehensible set of physical laws, rather than by the capricious whim of a creator who’s theoretically loving but in practice is moody, short-tempered, and wildly unpredictable."
- Greta Christina, Comforting Thoughts About Death That Have Nothing to Do with God

9. "Heroes are men who admit to being difficult to live with, who demand extremely high standards in every aspect of their lives, who are natural, effortless leaders, strong men, men with prestige and intelligence, whose faults are likely to be manifestations of strength and power. He is the master of his life; he is in control. Whether his sphere of influence is the boardroom or the mountains, the sea or the stage, the hero dominates it with his personality, his intelligence, and his quick, hard-honed grasp of every situation. A hero can seem arrogant and short-tempered, ruthless, tough, even cruel -- he can be quite unlovable at first."
- Quote by Robyn Donald

10. "As a parent, my fear is that when we die, we'll have to watch all those moments in our lives when we were short tempered with our children, all the times they needed our love and we didn't give it, all those times we were distracted or in a bad mood, and all the times we were angry or impatient. My fear is that when the time comes, I'll have to watch all those moments again. That they'll make us watch them before we can get into Heaven"
- Will Ferguson, 419

 
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quick-tempered,  hotheaded,  hot-tempered,  choleric,  irascible,  
 
 
 

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