"Jes' cut loose from home an' mammy," he continued, intemperately.
Then Rosie's vegetables were so very good, and so intemperately abundant!
As little, or rather less, am I able to coerce the people at large, who behaved very unwisely and intemperately on that occasion.
I became interested—I became agitated; in short, I found a new kind of stimulus, and I indulged in it most intemperately.
The criminal was execrated at the South and intemperately defended at the North.
If we use it intemperately, such use is bad, but the thing itself is still good.
The facts which such people give to travelers are usually erroneous, and often intemperately so.
They had turned themselves inside out, and were things to be intemperately proud of.
This is a proposition to which one would cordially subscribe if it were not so intemperately stated.
"Then you and Hawkesley were a couple of fools for your pains," intemperately interrupted Mr. Dare.