What is the opposite of immoderate?

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Adjective
Opposite of not sensible or restrained
Adjective
(attributive) Opposite of having a high price or cost
“I love cheap thrills!”
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Opposite of soft and shaggy
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Opposite of more than is necessary, normal, or desirable
“We only ate a moderate amount of food at the party.”
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Opposite of extreme or severe
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Opposite of done to excess; exaggerated
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Opposite of a hefty amount or abundant
“Only an insignificant amount of the mass of the atom is associated with electrons.”
Adjective
Opposite of obsessively concerned with something
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Opposite of showing signs of overindulgence in alcohol or other physical pleasures
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Opposite of plentiful or abundant
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Opposite of characterized by doing or tending to do exactly what one wants, especially when this involves pleasure or idleness
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Opposite of recklessly wasteful or extravagant
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Opposite of costing a lot
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Opposite of very severe or serious
“Leaders hope that taking mild action today will dampen wage demands before they become significant.”
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Opposite of large, ambitious, or impressive in scope or scale
“I made soup from organic vegetables which I had pre-ordered from a list of goodies from small, local producers.”
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Opposite of severe or harsh in nature
“You would think the damage done in the last couple of years by lenient court rulings would have been enough to wake them up.”
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Opposite of far beyond the norm in terms of public opinion
“The survey reports that a large majority of people in the country typically hold fairly moderate views on most policy issues.”
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Opposite of requiring more effort than could be reasonably expected or asked for
“Given the ample time they had to amend the education bill, the interns felt that it was an easy task to complete.”
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Opposite of lacking discipline or restraint
“A really quiet and disciplined audience lost themselves in symphonies of Schubert and Mozart.”
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Opposite of strict or exacting in standards
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Opposite of holding one's attention or interest
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Opposite of failing to provide for the future
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Opposite of loving food and finer things
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Opposite of inclined to be generous or to share in abundance
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Opposite of unjustified or unreasonable
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Opposite of charging high prices
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Opposite of very fine in quality
“Remember how poor our wine was, unlike this glorious vintage.”
Adjective
Opposite of favoring fundamental, usually extreme, change in political or social conditions
“Her tone was that of a conservative reactionary bemoaning the collapse of family values.”
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Opposite of extreme in intensity
“The two opposing groups had a half-hearted fight before going their separate ways.”
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