• Definition for "attemper"
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  • Sentence for "attemper"
    • And this attribute seems to attemper
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  • Verb Forms for "attemper"

attemper definition

  • verb:
    • To temper by adjusting relative volumes, or blending characteristics.
    • To mitigate, assuage.
    • to modify, arrange, organise.
    • modify the heat of
    • To temper by modifying relative volumes, or mixing qualities.
    • To mitigate, assuage.
    • to manage, arrange, organise.
    • modify the heat of
  • verb-transitive:
    • to lessen, change, or reasonable, by combination; to temper; to regulate, as heat.
    • To soften, mollify, or reasonable; to soothe; to mood.
    • To mix within percentage; to regulate.
    • to support; to produce ideal; to adjust.
    • to lessen, modify, or modest, by mixture; to temper; to regulate, as heat.
    • To soften, mollify, or reasonable; to soothe; to temperament.
    • to combine in just proportion; to regulate.
    • To accommodate; to create appropriate; to adjust.
  • others:
    • to lessen, modify, or moderate by mixture: as, to attemper spirits by diluting these with water.
    • To soften, mollify, or reasonable: since, to attemper justice with clemency.
    • to combine within proportion; regulate.
    • To accommodate; fit or make appropriate.
    • [throughout its uses almost obsolete, temper being typically made use of.]
    • to lessen, modify, or moderate by mixture: because, to attemper spirits by diluting these with liquid.
    • To soften, mollify, or moderate: as, to attemper justice with clemency.
    • To mix in just percentage; regulate.
    • to allow for; fit or make appropriate.
    • [in every its uses nearly outdated, temper becoming usually utilized.]
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