|luonne englanniksi||temper fi, temperament fi, nature fi, character fi, personality fi|
: ux|en|to have a good, bad, calm, or hasty temper
: ux|en|He has quite a (bad) temper when dealing with salespeople.
*: ...I must testify, from my experience, that a temper of peace, thankfulness, love, and affection, is much the more proper frame for prayer than that of terror and discomposure...
: the temper of mortar
*: The exquisiteness of his [Christs] bodily temper increased the exquisiteness of his torment.
: to keep ones temper
*: To fall with dignity, with temper rise.
*: Restore yourselves to your tempers, fathers.
: the temper of iron or steel
*: The perfect lawgiver is a just temper between the mere man of theory, who can see nothing but general principles, and the mere man of business, who can see nothing but particular circumstances.
: Temper your language around children.
: Tempering is a heat treatment technique applied to metals, alloys, and glass to achieve greater toughness by increasing the strength of materials and/or ductility. Tempering is performed by a controlled reheating of the work piece to a temperature below its lower eutectic critical temperature.
*: The tempered metals clash, and yield a silver sound.
*: With which the damned ghosts he governeth, / And furies rules, and Tartare tempereth.
*: You fools! I and my fellows
*: Are ministers of fate: the elements
*: Of whom your swords are temperd may as well
*: Wound the loud winds, or with bemockd-at stabs
*: Kill the still-closing waters, as diminish
*: One dowle thats in my plume; ...
*: Puritan austerity was so tempered by Dutch indifference, that mercy itself could not have dictated a milder system.
*: Woman! lovely woman! nature made thee / To temper man: we had been brutes without you.
*: But thy fire / Shall be more tempered, and thy hope far higher.
*: She [the Goddess of Justice] threw darkness and clouds about her, that tempered the light into a thousand beautiful shades and colours.
*: Thy sustenance ... serving to the appetite of the eater, tempered itself to every mans liking.
*: Nature has caprices which art cannot imitate.
*: Nature has good intentions, of course, but, as Aristotle once said, she cannot carry them out. When I look at a landscape I cannot help seeing all its defects.
*: Being by nature of a cheerful disposition, the symptom did not surprise his servant, late private of the same famous regiment, who was laying breakfast in an adjoining room.
*: Mark hardly knew whether to believe this or not. He already began to suspect that Roswell was something of a humbug, and though it was not in his nature to form a causeless dislike, he certainly did not feel disposed to like Roswell.
*: I oft admire / How Nature, wise and frugal, could commit / Such disproportions.
*: One touch of nature makes the whole world kin.
*: A dispute of this nature caused mischief.
*: Carried somehow, somewhither, for some reason, on these surging floods, were these travelers, of errand not wholly obvious to their fellows, yet of such sort as to call into query alike the nature of their errand and their own relations.
*: my days of nature
*: Oppressed nature sleeps.
*: Have we not seen / The murdering son ascend his parents bed, / Through violated nature force his way?
*: a man of ... thoroughly subservient character
: ux|en|A study of the suspects character and his cast iron alibi ruled him out.
: He has a great deal of character.
: ux|en|"You may not like to eat liver," said Calvins father, "but it builds character."
: Julius Caesar is a great historical character.
: ux|en|That bloke is such a character.
*: It were much to be wished that there were throughout the world but one sort of character for each letter to express it to the eye.
: an inscription in the Runic character
*: You know the character to be your brothers?
: ux|en|We saw a shady character slinking out of the office with some papers.
: in the miserable character of a slave
: in his character as a magistrate
: a mans character for truth and veracity
: Her actions give her a bad character.
*: This subterraneous passage is much mended since Seneca gave so bad a character of it.
*: Personality is individuality existing in itself, but with a nature as a ground.
: ux|en|The president has a unique personality.
: ux|en|My work PC emulates a Windows personality.
: ux|en|In his final act, the comedian takes on a childs personality.
: ux|en|Johnny Carson was a respected television personality.
*: But over and over / I´ll be a fool for you / cause you got personality.
: ux|en|The best contestant shows most personality.
*: Sharp personalities were exchanged.
*: Perceiving that personalities were not out of order, I asked him what species of beast had long ago twisted and mutilated his left ear.
: ux|en|indulgence in personalities