Synonym: calm, gentle, mild, moderate. Antonym: intemperate. Similar words: intemperate, temperature, temperature inversion, tempera, temperance, temperament, temperamental, temper. Meaning: ['tempərət] adj. 1. (of weather or climate) free from extremes; mild; or characteristic of such weather or climate 2. not extreme in behavior 3. not extreme.
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(1) These birds only survive in temperate latitudes.
(2) He is temperate in his habits.
(3) Britain has a temperate climate.
(4) The Nile Valley keeps a temperate climate throughout the year.
(5) Please be more temperate in your language.
(6) Great Britain has a temperate climate.
(7) The plant grows only in the temperate zone.
(8) Although these vegetables adapt well to our temperate climate, they tend to crop poorly.
(9) Temperate forests pose the problem of seasonality.
(10) The contrasts between temperate and tropical forests are striking.
(11) The weather here continues to be temperate!
(12) In Temperate regions there are regular seasonal cycles(Sentencedict.com), ultimately driven by the regular cycling of the Earth around the sun.
(13) People in temperate countries pay little attention to mangroves: trees that grow at the ocean s edge.
(14) Mountainous areas, coastal wetlands, tundra, and temperate forests are under particular threat.
(15) Trichostrongylus is rarely a primary pathogen in temperate areas, but is usually a component of parasitic gastroenteritis in ruminants.
(16) It is distributed in the tropical, subtropical, and temperate zones of the world.
(17) Temperate forests--including deciduous, coniferous, mixed and mountain forests--account for about half of the earth's forest cover.
(18) No man can be brave who considers pain the greatest evil of life; or temperate, who regards pleasure as the highest good.
(19) His final report to the President was far more temperate and balanced than the earlier memorandum.
(20) Even when Peter began, the sky was pale, the winds were calm, and the air was temperate.
(21) Most members of the family are tropical and subtropical plants; only a few penetrate into the temperate zone.
(22) The epidemiology in subtropical areas is basically similar to that in temperate zones, except that the seasonable timing of events is different.
(23) This is a widespread species found in warm and temperate areas.
(24) Bring a picnic and park yourself in front of the Temperate House for an evening's entertainment.
(25) Nunez is a graying, handsome man who dresses for no one and has a charmingly temperate demeanor.
(26) The epidemiology of H. contortus is best considered separately depending on whether it occurs in tropical and subtropical or in temperate areas.
(27) They are found all over the world except in the cool areas of the temperate zones.
(28) My first impression was of oppressive heat, but then I have spent my life mainly on the cool side of temperate.
(29) Only a small number of species are found in the southern temperate zone or in the tropics.
(30) Brown and McCormick's skuas and Wilson's petrels fly as far as temperate latitudes of the northern hemisphere.
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