Origin of temperance
OTHER WORDS FROM temperancean·ti·tem·per·ance, adjective
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How to use temperance in a sentence
More importantly, Longworth viewed wine as a critical piece of the temperance movement.
Such temperance may disappoint Catholics anxious for more sweeping changes in Rome.
Resistance to “The Star-Spangled Banner” also flared among blacks, pacifists, and advocates of temperance.Star-Spangled Confederates: How Southern Sympathizers Decided Our National Anthem|Jefferson Morley|July 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Employ temperance in all things, avoiding overindulgence in celebration or self-deprivation.
Dear Mother, by thy heart then so cruelly martyred, obtain for me the virtue of temperance and the gift of counsel.Mary, Help of Christians|Various
Accordingly, temperance was said farewell to, quinine instituted, and I believe my pains are soon to be over.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 25 (of 25)|Robert Louis Stevenson
The temperance, moreover, which it compels in those who cannot eat sea provisions, is very conducive to health.
Some one spoke of certain evangelists who were conducting a temperance campaign among the workers in the steel-mills.Love's Pilgrimage|Upton Sinclair
He was a strictly temperance dog, and would allow no one on the premises who was what is called worse for liquor.Minnie's Pet Dog|Madeline Leslie