- lack of moderation.
Origin of immoderation
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Examples from the Web for immoderation
Just eating him alone was eating pickled oysters in immoderation.The Idiot at Home
John Kendrick Bangs
She stopped her horse and laughed with the immoderation of a boy.Hope Hathaway
To-day, for him who hath eyes to see, the marks of a like immoderation are upon our generation also.A Man's Value to Society
Newell Dwight Hillis
This immoderation of her clothes, the fright she was in—so nervous at first that she could hardly stand—became her very ill.The Life and Death of Richard Yea-and-Nay
But here it was done everywhere and at all hours and in all degrees of immoderation and vulgarity.Children of the Market Place</p>
Edgar Lee Masters
Word Origin and History for immoderation
early 15c., from Latin immoderationem (nominative immoderatio) "want of moderation, excess," from immoderatus (see immoderate).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper