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The process of disappointing your own base is brutally hard — just look at the endless fights between moderates and leftists on the Democratic side.

From Vox

Still, the vaccine does cause some mild to moderate symptoms.

Early results from a trial showed the combination reduced virus levels in patients with mild to moderate Covid-19 and cut the rate of hospitalizations and emergency room visits.

From Fortune

Its current leader, after all, is one of those moderate Republican mayors.

This situation has loaded the cannons for claims of bias and censorship in how they moderated election-related content.

Hester is a longtime researcher on evidence-based methods of moderating drinking.

Nothing I hear from them suggests that the deportation figures are “moderating.”

LePage is up for re-election this year and has shown no signs of restraining his rhetoric or moderating his personality.

Open access to information beyond that available in the pulpit has already had a moderating effect on the stability of faith.

The Electoral College may be imperfect, but its moderating influence on the American politic should not be laughed off too easily.

The arrogant spending instinct had gained upon the moderating and self-restraining instinct.

Does it not occupy itself with regulating and moderating the passions and desires when the soul is not healthy?

Turning out on the morning of the 10th, we were delighted to find the sky clearing and the wind moderating.

It is vain to attempt to root it out; what it needs is moderating, regulating, subordinating.

Trade unionism seems to have the same moderating effect upon society as a wide diffusion of private property.

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On this page you'll find 60 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to moderating, such as: abstinent, ascetic, austere, continent, frugal, and moderate.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.