intemperateness


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Synonyms for intemperateness

consumption of alcoholic drinks

excess in action and immoderate indulgence of bodily appetites, especially in passion or indulgence

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at 147-41 (Scalia's intemperateness toward his colleagues and injudiciousness in print).
Hamilton's intemperateness and haughtiness sprang from political frustrations and impatience.
Violent intemperateness, however, is sure to spread like a cancer.
Which is to say that her unruliness was a matter not of subversion, rebellion, or refusal but of the intemperateness of her embrace of "femininity.
The Republic is suffering from rampant intemperateness on the one hand (loss of the inner check on which social intercourse depends) and distaste for associated living on the other.