moderateness


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Synonyms for moderateness

avoidance of extremes of opinion, feeling, or personal conduct

Synonyms for moderateness

the property of being moderate in price or expenditures

quality of being moderate and avoiding extremes

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A stolid, deliberate moderateness of tempo rules the accompaniment, which is marked "fervently.
New Cardinals are thereby chosen in accordance with their creeds, ethical values, piety and cleverness, and Cardinals must have the four virtues: moderateness, caution, courage and justice.
Davutoglu said that Turkey refuted the claims that democracy would bring chaos and radicalism to the region, adding that Turkey showed that democracy could bring development and moderateness, and that there was no need for autocrat regimes to settle a stability.
The moderateness of the government is shown by its sensitivity to deficit, decision to maintain the SBI rate at 6.
oAll of us are responsible for spreading our culture and moderateness in the world.
David Robertson Cameron praises Canadian moderateness.
8) Indeed since that little book perhaps fell into the hands of a few, and it could not be understood by those who do not know German, it appears again in this place to serve the public utility, and [to address] an error not yet extinguished in the Church of Christ, according to my moderateness either to suppress them or at least to render them suspect.
They preserve its independence, sovereignty and characteristics of diversity, moderateness and openness, emphasize the meanings of belonging to it, and drive the Lebanese diaspora around the world to be attached to it and promote its credibility in the region and the world.
With regard to this moderateness and realism about liberal capitalism, rather than wasting time and space on my explanations of these dimensions of Smith's thought--which can be read, considerably detailed, in the book--let me merely illustrate with four quotations from the man himself.
On the second and last day of the congress, members accentuated the need to develop the thought of moderateness, respect human rights, and create and improve relations with Kurdish and Iraqi parties and groups.
Despite the moderateness of the conservative Eisenhower administration and its general continuation of Cold War liberal policies, Beinart sees the essence of the right in the 1950s as consisting in vulgar McCarthyite anti-communism, crude skepticism about New Deal expansion of the federal government and programs for international economic development, and the coarse demand for moral and ideological clarity in dealing with other nations.
Since the 1970s the anti-bourgeois, anti-Christian Left has taken over the governments of most Western states, while the Right Centre has retreated into moderateness and accommodation.