Synonyms of 'temperate'
The valley keeps a temperate climate throughout the year.
The area is famous for its mild winters.
He was an easy-going man of very moderate views.
a balmy summer's evening
Weather conditions were fair.
a soft breeze
The normally calm waters of Mururoa lagoon heaved and frothed.
The wind had dropped to a gentle breeze.
The area is usually known for its clement weather.
His final report was more temperate than earlier ones.
He spoke in a flat dispassionate tone.
Try to keep calm and just tell me what happened.
Their characters are fully formed and they are both very stable children.
a perfectly reasonable decision
She was a sensible girl and did not panic.
She was standing beside him, very calm and composed.
He was a man of the most equable temperament.
He was normally a very even-tempered person.
He lived a temperate and contented life with his wife.
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Someone who is abstemious avoids doing too much of something enjoyable such as eating or drinking.
They want to live a quiet, abstemious life.
I party a bit, and then I'll be abstinent for ages.
Thesaurus for temperate from the Collins English Thesaurus
Temperate is used to describe a climate or a place which is never extremely hot or extremely cold .