mean-tempered

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99) tells of a mean-tempered child who uses tantrums and apples to get what she wants--until she meets her match in a magic gnome.
But Gerald has an even bigger problem when his jealous mean-tempered neighbour Angelica decides that she wants him all to her sizeable self.
Bung's ugly mean-tempered dog had gotten loose and had cornered Margaret.
Toadie's life is thrown into disarray once more when his older brother Stonie makes a reappearance on Ramsay Street, and Ned confronts Mickey's mean-tempered football coach.
Toadies life is thrown into disarray once more when his older brother Stonie makes a reappearance on Ramsay Street, and Ned confronts Mickeys mean-tempered football coach.
She will be the show's equivalent of the wicked queen or wicked witch, Miss Hannigan, the mean-tempered matron of a New York orphanage.
This is the story of a little mouse that tries very hard to do his best, but just can't seem to please his mean-tempered master.