tempered

Annealed vs Tempered - What's the difference?

annealed | tempered |


As verbs the difference between annealed and tempered

is that annealed is (anneal) while tempered is (temper).

As an adjective tempered is

of one's disposition.

Tempered vs Anointed - What's the difference?

tempered | anointed |


As verbs the difference between tempered and anointed

is that tempered is (temper) while anointed is (anoint).

As an adjective tempered

is of one's disposition.

As a noun anointed is

a person who has been anointed, especially for religious reasons.

Tempered vs Excess - What's the difference?

tempered | excess |


As adjectives the difference between tempered and excess

is that tempered is of one's disposition while excess is more than is normal, necessary or specified.

As a verb tempered

is (temper).

As a noun excess is

the state of surpassing or going beyond limits; the being of a measure beyond sufficiency, necessity, or duty; that which exceeds what is usual or proper; immoderateness; superfluity; superabundance; extravagance; as, an excess of provisions or of light.

Temperance vs Tempered - What's the difference?

temperance | tempered |


As a noun temperance

is temperance.

As an adjective tempered is

of one's disposition.

As a verb tempered is

(temper).

Altered vs Tempered - What's the difference?

altered | tempered |


As verbs the difference between altered and tempered

is that altered is (alter) while tempered is (temper).

As a noun altered

is a kind of car in drag racing, usually with a partial body situated behind the exposed engine.

As an adjective tempered is

of one's disposition.

Tempered vs Avoided - What's the difference?

tempered | avoided |


As verbs the difference between tempered and avoided

is that tempered is (temper) while avoided is (avoid).

As an adjective tempered

is of one's disposition.

Personality vs Tempered - What's the difference?

personality | tempered |


As a noun personality

is a set of qualities that make a person (or thing) distinct from another.

As an adjective tempered is

of one's disposition.

As a verb tempered is

(temper).

Tense vs Tempered - What's the difference?

tense | tempered |


As verbs the difference between tense and tempered

is that tense is while tempered is (temper).

As an adjective tempered is

of one's disposition.

Tempered - What does it mean?

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Tempered vs Jealous - What's the difference?

tempered | jealous |


As adjectives the difference between tempered and jealous

is that tempered is of one's disposition while jealous is suspecting rivalry in love; troubled by worries that one might have been replaced in someone's affections; suspicious of a lover or spouse's fidelity.

As a verb tempered

is (temper).

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