1 The Prior had his own reasons, however, for persevering in the course of temperance which he had adopted.
2 "Their singular abstemiousness and temperance," said De Bracy, forgetting the plan which promised him a Saxon bride.
3 First they done a lecture on temperance; but they didn't make enough for them both to get drunk on.
4 Yet Dives himself, he too lives like a Czar in an ice palace made of frozen sighs, and being a president of a temperance society, he only drinks the tepid tears of orphans.
5 Here is the stain on the lining caused by the explosion of a temperance beverage, an incident that occurred at Leamington.
6 Her heart was too sore to care whether or not she put her father in a temper.
7 Her temper was beginning to rise again at the thought that this rude and impertinent man had heard everything--heard things she now wished she had died before she ever uttered.
8 This aroused her temper, for she cared no more about family than her father.
9 Mist Gerald in a temper was always exciting, providing his temper was not directed at her kinky head.
10 Frequently she flared into open wrath under his expert baiting, for she had Gerald's Irish temper along with the deceptive sweetness of face she had inherited from Ellen.
11 Heretofore she had never bothered to control her temper except in Ellen's presence.
12 If only he would ever lose his temper too, then she would not feel at such a disadvantage.
13 I don't think it was childish temper and I don't believe you've changed.
14 He did not speak and Dr. Meade thundered, losing his temper: "Our men have fought without shoes before and without food and won victories."
15 And now I've lost my temper and probably ruined everything.