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Average in amount, intensity, quality, or degree
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“On a moderate level of intensity, such feelings would amount to what is usually categorized as cheerfulness.”
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Low to average in cost or price
“The object of sound legislators on this subject ought to be to secure to the British consumers their food at a moderate price.”
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Not excessive
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“Under the circumstances, I believe that my demands are, in fact, quite moderate.”
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Marked by moderate behavior not given to excesses
“Modesty generally refers to being unassuming or moderate in one's behavior or comportment.”
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Tending to avoid extreme political ideas
“We are a group of like-minded individuals with moderate views on society and politics.”
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Characterized by pleasant weather with moderate temperatures
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“The city is known for its year-long moderate climate.”
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Having a relaxed, friendly, or unofficial style, manner, or nature
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Expressing subtlety of a particular quality as opposed to intense
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Rather good than the contrary
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Restraining behavior or appetite
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In detail, describing each step precisely and in order
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Characterized by patience and indulgence
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Lacking in speed
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Undemanding and easily executed
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Possessing sound judgment
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Averse to change or innovation and holding traditional values
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True to a certain degree or extent
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Anti-revolutionary
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Having distinct limits or boundaries
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Cautious and having possible reservations
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Not varying or fluctuating greatly
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Favourable
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Generous and tireless with one's contributions of time, money, etc.
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Possible to excuse
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Seeking to minimize or reduce to a minimum
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In a state of comfort and relaxation
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Large enough to be measured
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Not having all the necessary or appropriate parts
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Shy, extremely humble and modest
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Not ostentatious
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Regarded by society to be good, proper, or correct
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Favourable to or respectful of individual rights and freedoms
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Somewhat warm or hot in temperature
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Free from bias or prejudice
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Lacking conviction or force
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Partial or divided into parts
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To make or become less extreme, intense, rigorous, or violent
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“A cold front arrived, and temperatures would gradually begin to moderate.”
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To keep under control, especially something that is increasing in intensity or extremity
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“So great is the indignation which I have endured, and still, I must moderate my anger.”
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To preside over a meeting, discussion, etc
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“I was invited to moderate a panel on best-rate guarantees and the role of such guarantees.”
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To represent or estimate at less than the true value or importance
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Intervene in a dispute in order to bring about an agreement or reconciliation
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Try to reach an agreement or compromise by discussion
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To analyze with the intent of making changes
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To make something into something else
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To make experienced
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To contribute in some way to