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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmoderatelymod‧e‧rate‧ly /ˈmɒdərətli $ ˈmɑː-/ ●○○ adverb  1 QUITE/FAIRLYfairly, but not very syn reasonably a moderately successful film He did moderately well in the exams.2 in a way which is not extreme or stays within reasonable limits He drinks moderately.3 moderately priced
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moderatelyThe dollar rose moderately against the Japanese yen.The neck feels solid and moderately chubby, although not immediately reminiscent of anything I've played before.Such disturbed asteroids typically have orbits that are only moderately eccentric and inclined.The food was only moderately good - nothing special.Anthony Sampson objected - rather too moderately, I felt - that this might all have something to do with politics.When all cornmeal has been added, reduce heat to moderately low.Souverain continues to offer consistently fine value with this rare example of a moderately priced California Chardonnay with character.In contrast to solid blue-chip stocks, growth companies are moderately risky.There has been research which suggests that moderately strong automatic stemming can be applied in specialized online reference retrieval searching.While his career as a pro football player was moderately successful, he certainly wasn't famous.Nevertheless, a few moderately successful rural schemes have appeared.She did moderately well in her final examinations.
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