Pronunciation of Moderate
/m_ˈɒ_d_ə_ɹ_ə_t/, /mˈɒdəɹət/, /mˈɒdəɹət/
Antonyms for moderate:
unrestrained, strange, foul, outrageous, unfair, uncommon, turn over, outgoing, incendiary, free, expand, provoke, help, significant, idiosyncratic, excited, liberal, raise, private, foggy, enhance, let go, extend, harsh, squally, reactionary, unmanageable, strong, cloudy, gusty, partial, hazy, excessive, peculiar, agitate, rage, considerable, windy, egg on, gloomy, irrational, dissenting, incite, unreasoning, dirty, bleak, rise, extreme, extravagant, wild, trouble, exciting, sunless, showery, blustery, extroverted, dismal, stormy, rabble-rousing, different, develop, blustering, prejudiced, ascend, unlimited, uncontrolled, provoking, violent, permit, aggravate, nasty, rainy, provocative, unleash, friendly, progressive, agitating, unacceptable, grow, allow, enlarge, agitated, gray, irritate, loud, important, aid, rightist, continue, special, go up, leftist, assist, bright, imbalanced, breezy, biased, rough, release, overcast, intensify, intolerable, liberate, incautious, unusual, foment, upset, magnify, unbearable, individual, rare, unreasonable, inclement, conservative, exceptional, unique, worry, inflammatory, revive, misty, prolong, extraordinary, subversive, strengthen, increase, distinctive, immoderate, amplify.
Usage examples for moderate:
- Is a farthin no the fourth part o' yer ain price o' a' that bread, sufficient to keep a moderate man for a week? - "Wilson's Tales of the Borders and of Scotland, Vol. XX", Alexander Leighton.
- Then Florence also hoped that a time might come, and that shortly, in which Mr. Saul might moderate his views, though she did not express herself exactly as the rector had done. - "The Claverings", Anthony Trollope.
- They were brought up as to their early childhood in what may be called moderate circumstances. - "The Killer", Stewart Edward White.