intemperate

[ in-tem-per-it, -prit ]SEE DEFINITION OF intemperate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTEMPERATE

Who is that intemperate and brutal man whom we would redeem?

He was of intemperate habits, and beat his wife on little provocation.

Well, but is a just man the friend of the unjust, or the temperate of the intemperate, or the good of the bad?

And the pleasures of the temperate exceed the pains, while the pains of the intemperate exceed the pleasures.

With what intemperate eagerness would the people flock to see it!

This is praise, but not of an intemperate sort, nor very inclusive.

The intemperate man may suffer from his inability to resist his desire for whiskey.

No wonder that the secretary of the treasury stigmatized them as “intemperate.”

They were intemperate and thriftless, and passed the voyage in disorder.

The intemperate are the persons to whom these expostulations should be addressed.

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