immoderately


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Synonyms for immoderately

without moderation

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to a degree that exceeds the bounds or reason or moderation

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Playing bumble-puppy with Minnie Beebe, niece to the rector, and aged thirteen--an ancient and most honourable game, which consists in striking tennis-balls high into the air, so that they fall over the net and immoderately bounce; some hit Mrs.
The first thing in the morning, one of them, who was a barber, came and shaved him, and gave him the news of the country, of which he was immoderately greedy.
Above stairs, the remainder of the evening passed cheerfully away; for the doctor was in high spirits; and however fatigued or thoughtful Harry Maylie might have been at first, he was not proof against the worthy gentleman's good humour, which displayed itself in a great variety of sallies and professional recollections, and an abundance of small jokes, which struck Oliver as being the drollest things he had ever heard, and caused him to laugh proportionately; to the evident satisfaction of the doctor, who laughed immoderately at himself, and made Harry laugh almost as heartily, by the very force of sympathy.
The directorate of industries was directed to provide the exact location of all such sites to the commissioners immoderately and said no illegal crushing and blasting activities would be permitted there until Jan 24.
China's economy has been immoderately reliant on investment and industry as a determinant of growth.
However banks and credit institutions were lending immoderately, and a financial crisis was bound to occur sooner or later.
But we must say that Tunisians are free, immoderately free, to the point of getting in a complete muddle, do what they like and ask everything and immediately in the face of a helpless and in times inoperative state that saw its authority slip through its fingers, trying to recover, but usually in vain.
positive and negative in a way that as globalization is source to increase world-wide social relations, if it removes the gap between the states and creation of cooperation in the world-politics, on the other hand it can be a matter of creating difficulties which appeared as a game of competition among the states that bring-up with race who would win the first ;a system that is excessively divided, overly unequal and too damaging and immoderately unjust.
14) This surfeit of things, which Benjamin depicts as an oppressive congealing of atmosphere, acquires vivid form in the enormous hat Kafka holds, whose largeness is described as not only immoderately but also possibly "tremendously" large: "einen unmassig grosen Hut.
When employees are immoderately engaged in work and allow themselves almost no breaks, they tend to undergo burnout as they do not allow themselves enough time to recuperate from their toil.
For his part, Engels complained of the "splitting up of society into a small class, immoderately rich, and a large class of wage-labourers devoid of all property, .
Just as an immoderately sensuous life makes one blase because it stimulates the nerves to its utmost reactivity until they can finally no longer produce any reaction at all, so less harmful stimuli, through the rapidity and the contradictoriness of their shifts, forces the nerves to make such violent responses, tear them about so brutally that they exhaust their last reserves of strength, and, remaining in the same milieu, do not have time for new reserves to form.
Regardless, Sandra Gilbert has argued that "the words of Cixous, and, say, Luce Irigaray often seem almost immoderately theoretical, even mystical, in their straining to imagine a female language.
But Erdoy-an gave no time to Kalkan, which he said forced him to express his opinions online, where he criticized the prime minister and the party for "acting immoderately and mercilessly and for adopting increasingly more authoritarian practices.