immoderately[ ih-mod-er-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF immoderately
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMMODERATELY
Pembroke, we know from Clarendon, was "immoderately given to women."
Charley laughed quietly but immoderately and Roger joined her.
Simon was a courtier, and laughed too, as immoderately as possible.
On roast pig a man can not work; often he can not sleep, if he have partaken of it immoderately.
"Not immoderately good; we are a frivolous family," she deprecated.
At this question all laughed, Jennie most immoderately of all.
"I fear you yield too immoderately to grief," said the priest.
Mr. Fox and Comyn laughed so immoderately as to bring the blood to my face.
M. Segmuller did not seem to be immoderately surprised at Lecoq's revelations.
Elkerton began to tell them how immoderately he was fatigued. '