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ill-temper'd: badly tempered or mixed, said of the humours (see HUMOUR sb. 2) Cæs. IV. iii. 114 “When grief and blood ill-temper'd vexeth him” ; passing almost into the mod. sense of ‘badtempered’ in line 115 ∥ Cf. MISTEMPER'D.
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