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immoderate

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishimmoderateim‧mod‧e‧rate /ɪˈmɒdərət $ ɪˈmɑː-/ adjective formal 🔊 🔊 TOO/TOO MUCHnot within reasonable and sensible limits syn excessive 🔊 immoderate drinkingimmoderately adverb
Examples from the Corpus
immoderateAlthough Leapor accepts that many women are guilty of inconstancy and immoderate behaviour, she none the less holds out the prospect of transformation.Already the tragic discovery of a yellow-suited body among the pinnacles has led to furious and immoderate speculation in the national press.In 1761 J. Hill associated cancer of the nasal passages with the immoderate use of snuff.
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