Thesaurus / intemperate
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Every one of course expected a contradiction as hot and intemperate as was the accusation.

The Bronze EagleEmmuska Orczy, Baroness Orczy

By what I gathered from him he had been an inn-keeper, and had become an intemperate man.

They were not traitors to the Reform cause, and intemperate attacks on them might be disastrous to that cause.

George BrownJohn Lewis

Intemperate drinking is ever the result of what has been misnamed temperate drinking.

Select Temperance TractsAmerican Tract Society

Then he altered his note, and became as intemperate in his chagrin, as he had been before immoderate in his mirth.

It is ordained in the eternal constitution of things that men of intemperate minds cannot be free.

Pearls of ThoughtMaturin M. Ballou

It would be difficult to exaggerate the effect produced upon the populace of Paris by this intemperate handbill.

To this intemperate speech Laura made no reply, but quietly began to pour out the tea.

Self-controlMary Brunton

Then the habits of the navy were intemperate; rum was considered the great parent of valor.

She was covetous and intemperate, presenting, in fact, an extraordinary specimen of human depravity.

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