Origin of immoderate
OTHER WORDS FROM immoderateim·mod·er·ate·ly, adverbim·mod·er·ate·ness, noun
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How to use immoderate in a sentence
Better institutionalize me a second time...” and “Academia is going to have to get used to a bit of immoderate tweeting.
The so-called moderate opposition—made up of hundreds of disparate groups—is often immoderate and rarely cohesive.
The new, immoderate Republican Party is therefore unlikely to succeed better in the near future than it has in the recent past.
What have the immoderate Republicans of the Tea Party era accomplished?
Every Indian election brings with it a kind of itinerant circus full of immoderate speech.
Their naked feet ended in fleshless toes of immoderate length, like the bones of an ox-tail.
I thought he would never have ended; and I felt nettled that my remark should have given rise to such immoderate mirth.Confessions of a Thug|Philip Meadows Taylor
Women shall not lacerate their faces, nor indulge in immoderate wailing for the dead.The Two Great Republics: Rome and the United States|James Hamilton Lewis
We have noticed the evil effects of immoderate bodily exertion on the heart.
His temper causes him to form immoderate opinions and to make strong statements.