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"Intemperate Meaning In Bengali"

Intemperate (adj) - অমিতাচারী; অপরিমিত, সুরাপায়ী

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Intemperate Meaning in Bengali. Intemperate শব্দের বাংলা অর্থ কি? English to Bangla online dictionary "Intemperate meaning in bengali". Google Translate "Intemperate".

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Intemperate বাংলা অর্থ. What is the meaning of Intemperate in English? What does Intemperate mean? What is another word for Intemperate? Definition at online dictionary.

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Similar Words: intemerate, intemerately, intemerateness, intemeration, intemperable, intemperably, intemperament, intemperanc, intemperance, intemperances,

Intemperate Example in a sentence

Intemperate Example in a sentence:

Example Sentences for intemperate

Another lie, I knew, for Schwillmun was most poetic in appearance and surely not an intemperate man!

They were intemperate and thriftless, and passed the voyage in disorder.

Probably his nerve had been demoralized by his intemperate habits.

These intemperate utterances were the first seeds of popular sedition.

Insubordinate to France it certainly is, and intemperate; turgid, too, as any youth of twenty could well make it.

He was of intemperate habits, and beat his wife on little provocation.

I apologize to all of you, and especially to you, Mr. Dean, for an intemperate and uncalled-for exclamation.

Well, but is a just man the friend of the unjust, or the temperate of the intemperate, or the good of the bad?

You have been so intemperate in debate that moderation and forbearance is scarcely to be looked for without a new Assembly.

And the pleasures of the temperate exceed the pains, while the pains of the intemperate exceed the pleasures.

Intemperate History and Origin

History of: Intemperate

Word Origin & History

intemperate "characterized by excessive indulgence in a passion or appetite," c.1430, from L. intemperatus "untempered, inclement, immoderate," from in- "not" + temperantia (see temperance).

Intemperate Synonyms

alcoholic dissipated drunk inebriated

Intemperate Definition

adjective
1.
given to or characterized by excessive or immoderate indulgence in alcoholic beverages.
2.
immoderate in indulgence of appetite or passion.
3.
not temperate; unrestrained; unbridled.
4.
extreme in temperature, as climate.

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