Definition of Moderations

1. moderation [n] - See also: moderation



Lexicographical Neighbors of Moderations

moder
moderable
moderance
moderate
moderate breeze
moderate gale
moderate hypothermia
moderated
moderately
moderateness
moderatenesses
moderates
moderating
moderation
moderationist
moderations
moderatism
moderato
moderator
moderator band
moderator variable
moderators
moderatorship
moderatorships
moderatos
moderatour
moderatours
moderatress
moderatrix
moderatrixes

Literary usage of Moderations

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Report of the commissioners by Great Britain Schools Inquiry Commission, Schools inquiry commission (1868)
"Bywater, J. Queen's, 1st Class Moderations. Jackson, B., Exeter, 2nd Class Moderations. Griffin, FCG, 1st Class in Natural Science. 1861. ..."

2. Pass and Class: An Oxford Guide-book Through the Courses of Literæ by Montagu Burrows (1866)
"It will be also seen that this Moderations course is not treated as a final ... Nor will he allow it to interfere with that Moderations work which he must ..."

3. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable: Giving the Derivation, Source, Or Origin of by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer (1898)
"In Oxford a contracted form of moderations. The three necessary examinations in Oxford are the Smalls. the Mods, ..."

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