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intemperate

adjective

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  1. 1 showing no signs of being under control intemperate anger that is so extreme that the man should be in therapy Synonyms of intemperate abandoned, rampant, raw, runaway, unbounded, unbridled, unchecked, uncontrolled, unhampered, unhindered, unrestrainedWords Related to intemperate uncontrollable, ungovernable; barbaric, hog wild, riotous, uninhibited, wildNear Antonyms of intemperate moderate, temperedAntonyms of intemperate bridled, checked, constrained, controlled, curbed, governed, hampered, hindered, restrained, temperate

  2. 2 given to excessive use of alcoholic beverages a serious course in wine appreciation that does not welcome intemperate drinkers and party animals Synonyms of intemperate bibulous, drunken, crapulous, sottishWords Related to intemperate debauched, dissipated, dissolute; drunk, high, inebriated, intoxicated, loaded [slang], soused, tipsyNear Antonyms of intemperate clearheaded, sober, straight; abstemious, abstinent, teetotalAntonyms of intemperate temperate


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