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intemperate

in tem puh ruht

  • a  (of weather or climate) not mild; subject to extremes
    an intemperate climate
    intemperate zones
  • a  excessive in behavior
    intemperate rage
  • s  given to excessive indulgence of bodily appetites especially for intoxicating liquors

  • It was a remarkable statement, as intemperate a personal attack as I've ever heard a major-party candidate make in a presidential campaign, the sort of thing that no potential .
  • It was a remarkable statement, as intemperate a personal attack as I've ever heard a major-party candidate make in a presidential campaign, the sort of thing that no potential .
  • What I have seen from him, ad nauseum, are intemperate attacks in which he questions the character of--no, it's worse than that: he slimes--anyone who has the temerity to disagree .
Quotes

  • Peter Roebuck in Hindu
    All the Australians elders want to do is to hunt him from the game. Australian fieldsmen fire insults from the corners of their mouths, an intemperate Sikh warrior overreacts, and his rudeness is seized upon,Roebuck added.
  • Sonia Gandhi in Hindustan Times
    Lately it has been seen that political leaders have become prone to using intemperate language while reacting to political situations,Gandhi writes.

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