Definition of 'immoderate'
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He was all that she decidedly was not -- an adventurer, immoderate, unpredictable. DARE CALL IT TREASON (2002)He launched an immoderate tirade on Turner, accusing him of lack of stomach for the fight, of failure of nerve, of lack of leadership. THE SCAR (2002)Biology, as Burned Man sometimes remarked, was both bewildering and immoderate. A PLAGUE OF ANGELS (2002)
She'd closed off most of the conduits to her own family, so Mac had gotten a big, immoderate share. FLIGHT LESSONS (2002)
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