Definition of Immoderately

1. Adverb. Without moderation; in an immoderate manner. "He eats immoderately"

Partainyms: Immoderate
Antonyms: Moderately



2. Adverb. To a degree that exceeds the bounds or reason or moderation. "His prices are unreasonably high"
Exact synonyms: Unreasonably
Partainyms: Immoderate, Unreasonable
Antonyms: Moderately, Reasonably

Definition of Immoderately

1. adv. In an immoderate manner; excessively.

Definition of Immoderately

1. Adverb. In an immoderate manner. ¹

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Definition of Immoderately

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Immoderately

immobilization
immobilizations
immobilize
immobilized
immobilizer
immobilizers
immobilizes
immobilizing
immobilizing antibody
immobilon
immoble
immoderacies
immoderacy
immoderancy
immoderate
immoderately (current term)
immoderateness
immoderation
immoderations
immodest
immodesties
immodestly
immodesty
immolate
immolated
immolates
immolating
immolation
immolations
immolator

Literary usage of Immoderately

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1. Forms of Pleading in Actions for Legal Or Equitable Relief: Prepared with by Austin Abbott, Carlos Coolidge Alden (1898)
"For immoderately Driving a Horse. I. That on or about the day of , IS , at ... That the defendant drove the horse so immoderately, and so neglected the care ..."

2. An American Glossary by Richard Hopwood Thornton (1912)
"At a great rate ; immoderately. what she was at.—Knick Mag., xlviii. 433 (Oct.). 1862 'Twas Concord Bridge a talkin' off to kill 1856 Then she laughed fit ..."

3. Forms of Practice, Or, American Precedents in Personal and Real Actions by Benjamin Lynde Oliver (1851)
"Overloading and immoderately driving a horse. For that the plaintiff, on &c., at Sfc., had delivered to the said Ea certain gelding of the ..."

4. Lord Byron and Some of His Contemporaries by Leigh Hunt (1828)
"through the verses without understanding twentieth part of them, but now and then laughing immoderately at the rhymes and similes, and catching a bit of ..."

5. The Practice in Civil Actions and Proceedings at Law, in Ohio, and by Joseph Rockwell Swan (1845)
"immoderately Driving a Horse, (g) For that, the said D., on [&c.] at [&c.], hired of the plaintiff a certain horse of the plaintiff, to ride from A. to B., ..."

6. Herodotus: A New and Literal Version from the Text of Baehr, with a by Herodotus, Henry Cary, Johann Christian Felix Bähr (1852)
"While detained there, they got more food than on their march, and having filled themselves immoderately, and changed their water, a great part of the army ..."

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