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And so, while he was celebrating the death of another with immoderate joviality, he forced on his own apace.
THE DANISH HISTORY, BOOKS I-IXSAXO GRAMMATICUS ("SAXO THE LEARNED")
Which our wealthier classes bear also in an immoderate degree?
THE MERCY OF ALLAHHILAIRE BELLOC
Insanity is another disease produced by the immoderate and habitual use of spirituous liquors.
THE TRUTH ABOUT OPIUMWILLIAM H. BRERETON
Voltaire made Micromegas to tease you; but, submitting to the appearances of physical laws, he made an immoderate giant of him.
After he had taken breath for a moment, Alan broke out into a fit of wild and immoderate laughter.
ROOKWOODWILLIAM HARRISON AINSWORTH
In our day the ignorant mob of the Anabaptists is as much filled with immoderate craving for allegory as are the monks.
Simultaneously they broke into an immoderate fit of laughter.
DIANE OF THE GREEN VANLEONA DALRYMPLE
In all his motions, there was an arrogance that brooked no contradiction, and expressed an immoderate love of fighting.
South Carolina is subject to immoderate heat, to tremendous hurricanes, and to terrific storms of thunder and lightning.
Here an immoderate fit of laughter from his Lordship brought us both to the window.
JACK HINTONCHARLES JAMES LEVER

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