immoderate

[ ih-mod-er-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF immoderate

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That immoderate love of liberty had indeed been as fate to him.

By menorrhagia we understand an immoderate flow of the menses.

If not altogether freed from all, at least from immoderate desires?

But yourself; for your own sake do not thus yield to immoderate grief.

Not for worlds would he have harboured an exaggerated or immoderate idea.

He was reproached with indulging his taste for the fine arts at an immoderate expense.

One of these is that we have an immoderate love of business.

For they fly into an immoderate passion on account of a small fault.

Owing to some immoderate act (b itidl), he could not stay with me, so went off.

Yet he could not be restrained from a display of his immoderate zeal.

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