Roberts untempered fanaticism had required no stimulus, and now it raged beyond all bounds.
It could not bear the untempered atmosphere of everyday life.
They were a hard-bitten lot, burned to a brick red by the untempered sun of the Rockies.
And the sun poured down its untempered rays on the condemned.
The enthusiasm that possessed him was so untempered by sobriety that it excited the suspicion of contemporaries.
He will not cry "peace, peace," when there is no peace; nor "daub with untempered mortar."
His courage was untempered by any discretion or calculation, and unless bound by positive instructions, he would go at any thing.
Wildly they careered and brought the heat of midday into far regions of the Heavens that were unused to its untempered rays.
In the untried recklessness of twenty untempered years she wished she could die before John Lincoln came to Plainfield.
And, just as his pleasures had been without temperance, so his justice had been untempered by mercy.