Definition of Temperateness

1. Noun. Moderate weather; suitable for outdoor activities.

Exact synonyms: Fair Weather, Sunshine
Generic synonyms: Atmospheric Condition, Conditions, Weather, Weather Condition
Derivative terms: Temperate



2. Noun. Exhibiting restraint imposed on the self. "An effective temperateness in debate"
Exact synonyms: Self-restraint
Generic synonyms: Control, Restraint
Specialized synonyms: Stiff Upper Lip
Derivative terms: Temperate

Definition of Temperateness

1. n. The quality or state of being temperate; moderateness; temperance.

Definition of Temperateness

1. Noun. The characteristic of being temperate. ¹

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Definition of Temperateness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Temperateness

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temperances
temperancy
temperas
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temperate rain forest
temperate rainforest
temperate virus
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temperateness (current term)
temperatenesses
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temperature
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temperature-sensitive mutant
temperature change
temperature coefficient
temperature coefficients
temperature gradient
temperature inversion
temperature midpoint
temperature reduction
temperature scale
temperature sense

Literary usage of Temperateness

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1. The Antiquary's Portfolio: Or Cabinet Selection of Historical & Literary by J. S. Forsyth (1825)
"temperateness of the Air. In this place the calmness of the air doth mollify men's minds, not corrupting them with vene- * This account is by William Fitz- ..."

2. Christian Ethics by Adolf Wuttke, John Power Lacroix (1873)
"temperateness is justness in so far as it restrains man from that which does not become him; it ia fidelity in so far as it regards love to God and to God's ..."

3. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1891)
"219. temperateness (tem'per-at-nes), и. The state or character of being temperate. ... 6t- temperateness; mildness. This teritory being 15. myle from the ..."

4. Library of the World's Best Literature: Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1897)
"... in South Fifth Avenue,— was to observe that the temperateness of his new friend in deeds was precisely in keeping with his temperateness in words. ..."

5. Library of the World's Best Literature: Ancient and Modern by Charles Dudley Warner (1902)
"... in South Fifth Avenue,— was to observe that the temperateness of his new friend in deeds was precisely in keeping with his temperateness in words. ..."

6. The Voice of the Negro 1919 by Robert Thomas Kerlin (1920)
"But this fact of practical unanimity in recommending self-defense when assailed is perfectly consistent with a general temperateness of tone—a temperateness ..."

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