Temper hippopotamus

temper [tem-per]

  1. to make (something) less severe or extreme.
  2. to dilute, qualify, or soften by the addition or influence of something else.
  3. to put in tune with something : attune.
  4. a particular state of mind or feelings.

Hippopotamus [hip-uh-pot-uh-muh-s]

  1. a large herbivorous mammal, Hippopotamus amphibius, having a thick hairless body, short legs, and a large head and muzzle, found in and near the rivers, lakes, etc., of Africa, and able to remain under water for a considerable time.

Rubadumbia [ruh-buh-dum-bia]

  1. an undefined musical style.
  2. somewhere between the rubadub and the cumbia.
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