intemperately intemperately

Definition(s):

  • (adv) indulging excessively

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. Anyone who speaks intemperately into a live mike bottom line, it's their fault.
  2. Anyone who speaks intemperately into a live mike bottom line, it's their fault.
  3. It was helped, no doubt, by the fact that bin Laden had lashed out intemperately at moderate Arab regimes and at the United Nations.

News

  • Tim Griffin: 'Coarsening' the language since at least 2000

    U.S. Rep. Tim Griffin, to use a phrase he once used, unleashed hell on himself yesterday by intemperately Tweeting a suggestion that President Obama and Nancy Pelosi were somehow to blame for a shooting incident unfolding outside the Capitol while Griffin sheltered in the House cloakroom. The universal negative reaction prompted him to take down the Tweet ('stop the violent rhetoric') and issue ...
    on October 4, 2013     Source: Arkansas Times

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