Thesaurus / intemperance
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His private life was polluted by vice and intemperance of every description.

It is not really destitution, but intemperance which turns them into thieves.

Crime and Its CausesWilliam Douglas Morrison

There are signs of industry and thrift and comfort everywhere; signs of intemperance, of idleness, of want nowhere.

His failing had been intemperance, and his crime a "got up" case of rape.

The few years of his residence in Dumfries have been commonly regarded as a period of poverty and intemperance.

Robert BurnsGabriel Setoun

But the young king fell a victim to intemperance, before he had attained the age of manhood.

His habits of intemperance grew upon him until they led to this sad result.

Try and TrustHoratio Alger

As to vices, who can dispute our intemperance, while an honest drunken fellow is a character in a man's praise?

The pains, indeed, at length abated, and this unfortunate epicure returned to all his former habits of intemperance.

Nor refrain they in this case from any kind of intemperance of speech, if of action.

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