With two months to go, the electorate seems to be moderately pro-Obama.
So far, that television deal produced has just one series: the moderately successful Fringe on Fox.
That's moderately surprising and suspect that this was a pretty effective answer.
The only reason I am moderately sane now is that I created a new identity above ground.
For a mere generation, UK-wide public policy had matched the notion of Scottish egalitarianism, at least moderately.
In this we were moderately successful and we soon had our mining operations in full blast.
If you would drink only moderately, as I do, I would not complain.
On moderately clear days, the white line of the French coast may be seen from the hotel.
Those who were members were, you may be moderately certain, fine workmen.
Steeping is a method of cooking, by pouring boiling water over food, and letting it stand in a moderately warm place.
late 14c., originally of weather and other physical conditions, from Latin moderatus "within bounds, observing moderation;" figuratively "modest, restrained," past participle of moderari "to regulate, mitigate, restrain, temper, set a measure, keep (something) within measure," related to modus "measure," from PIE *med-es-, from base *med- (see medical (adj.)). The notion is "keeping within due measure." In English, of persons from early 15c.; of opinions from 1640s; of prices from 1904. Related: Moderateness.
early 15c., "to abate excessiveness;" from Latin moderatus, past participle of moderari (see moderate (adj.)). Meaning "to preside over a debate" is first attested 1570s. Related: Moderated; moderating.
"one who holds moderate opinions on controversial subjects," 1794, from moderate (adj.). Related: Moderatism; -moderantism.