Origin of immoderation
Examples from the Web for immoderation
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
I am making strenuous efforts to speak with immoderation of an "infallible institution."The Story of Joan of Arc|M. M. Mangasarian
She stopped her horse and laughed with the immoderation of a boy.Hope Hathaway|Frances Parker
In addition to the immoderation characterizing our life, how much have the fruits themselves lost in excellence?Commentary on Genesis, Vol. II|Martin Luther
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|Maurice Hewlett
early 15c., from Latin immoderationem (nominative immoderatio) "want of moderation, excess," from immoderatus (see immoderate).