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adjective as in diluted

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The panel will be moderated by Associate Editor at IndieWire Jude Dry.

On Saturday, Musk tweeted that he “most likely” had a moderate case of Covid-19 and has had symptoms of “a minor cold.”

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In the new study, patients with moderate or severe depression received two doses of psilocybin pills spaced about a week and a half apart.

Side effects after the second injection of Moderna’s vaccine have been mild to moderate.

People in the trial have reported mild to moderate side effects after the second injection, including fatigue, joint pain and headache.

She will allow that over the years her initially phobic view of Germans has moderated.

I moderated a Davos panel with several Arab officials, including Egyptian Minister of Finance Ahmed Galal.

I was playing Martha Raddatz when she moderated one of the vice-presidential debates last year.

The panel was moderated by Sarah Kambou, President of the International Center for Research on Women (ICRW).

When your side wields the power, one can afford to demand that its use be moderated.

And it was well that the weather had moderated; for otherwise there would have been a man lost.

We were now within the tropics, but found the heat greatly moderated by the trade wind, and only unbearable in the cabin.

As soon as the weather moderated some of the enthusiastic women were busy getting up a Red Cross collection for Germany.

By noon the next day the weather had moderated sufficiently to make more sail, and the sea went down at the same time.

We might stick by Mr. de Vervillin until it moderated, and then pay our respects to him.


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On this page you'll find 151 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to moderated, such as: adulterated, cut, dilute, impaired, impoverished, and light.

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