Mistemper Mis*tem"per, v. t. To temper ill; to disorder; as, to mistemper one's head. --Warner. [1913 Webster]

This inundation of mistempered humor. --Shak. [1913 Webster]

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  • mistemper — /mis temˈpər/ (obsolete) noun and transitive verb Disorder ORIGIN: ↑mis • • • mistemˈpered adjective 1. Tempered or mixed badly (Shakespeare) 2. Mixed or prepared for an evil purpose (Shakespeare) …   Useful english dictionary

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