Definition of Moderating

1. Adjective. Lessening in intensity or strength.




Definition of Moderating

1. Verb. (present participle of moderate) ¹

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Definition of Moderating

1. moderate [v] - See also: moderate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Moderating

modems
modena
modenas
moder
moderable
moderance
moderate
moderate breeze
moderate gale
moderate hypothermia
moderated
moderately
moderateness
moderatenesses
moderates
moderating (current term)
moderation
moderationist
moderations
moderatism
moderato
moderator
moderator band
moderator variable
moderators
moderatorship
moderatorships
moderatos
moderatour
moderatours

Literary usage of Moderating

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1. A Course of Lectures on Physiology by Émile Küss, Mathias Marie Duval (1875)
"We shall observe similar facts in the innervation of the vessels. moderating Nerves of the Heart. — Budge, Weber, and Cl. Bernard (1848) discovered, ..."

2. The Sacred Books of China: The Texts of Taoism by James Legge (1891)
":gft, ' The moderating of Desire or Ambition.' The chapter shows how the practice of the Tao must conduce to contentment and happiness. In translating par. ..."

3. History of the United States: From the Discovery of the American Continent by George Bancroft (1864)
"A council of one hundred and two weighed the moderating advice received from Washington and Peyton Randolph, and they agreed to disperse ; yet not till they ..."

4. The Political History of England by William Hunt, Reginald Lane Poole (1906)
"The moderating influence of the gentry, the habit of obedience and local co-operation among the people, and the expectation that the king would concede to ..."

5. Diplomatic Documents Relating to the Outbreak of the European War by James Brown Scott (1916)
"The Austro-Hungarian Government did not see their way to agree to a discussion of the note. The moderating influence of the four Powers at Vienna was ..."

6. Journal of a Tour Through the United States, and in Canada, Made During the by Charles Daubeny (1843)
"Sunday morning, when, the wind moderating, we proceeded to Holland's Landing, and from thence by the stage to Toronto, which we reached late on Sunday night ..."

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