Synonym: excessive, extreme, unreasonable, unrestrained. Similar words: temperature, tempera, contemplate, integrate, integrated, tempestuous, contempt, contemptuous. Meaning: [ɪn'temprət] adj. 1. (of weather or climate) not mild; subject to extremes 2. excessive in behavior 3. given to excessive indulgence of bodily appetites especially for intoxicating liquors.
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1. The tone of the article is intemperate.
2. The judge's intemperate outburst almost caused a retrial.
3. The company had weathered intemperate climates, truculent soldiers, and cat-sized rats in one place they stayed along the tour.
4. Haskell's intemperate remarks led to a suspension from the team.
5. Tom DeLay, one of his most intemperate critics in the House Republican leadership.
6. His intemperate remarks got him into trouble.
7. The style was hurried, the tone intemperate.
8. His intemperate ambition will bring him disastrous failure.
9. Cause of disease:Food intemperate , eat and drink too much at one meal, lead food mordacity greasy but to diarrhea.
10. In her intemperate husband, Mrs Fang has a broken reed.
11. These are words—intemperate, undiplomatic, and very likely counterproductive—that you cannot imagine being uttered by her predecessor Henry Kissinger.
12. He pointed out that the intemperate life style is the patient population sharp increase primary factor.
13. Becket was at least as intemperate as Hildebrand, but he not only got his halo but did so in the fastest time on record.
14. Many people felt threatened by Arther's forceful, sometimes intemperate style.
15. The man who has been intemperate so many years in upon his last legs.http://sentencedict.com/intemperate.html
16. The intemperate life style is the patient population sharp increase primary factor.
17. I wrote a decidedly intemperate journal entry on Byron's thunderbolt visit and its miserable outcome.
18. The governor said he would not be provoked into intemperate action.
19. His move appeared certain to inflame passions in a country noted for the frequently intemperate attitude of its people towards party politics.
20. That sentence has been quoted again and again in support of the view that I am a bigoted, intolerant , closed-minded, intemperate ranter.
21. He was immediately led from the arena, and was warmly rebuked for his intemperate haste.
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