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moderate – 492 results
1. economize(part of speech: verb)
2. moderate(part of speech: verb)
3. economical(part of speech: adjective)
4. mild(part of speech: adjective)
5. moderate(part of speech: adjective)
6. unexcitable(part of speech: adjective)
7. calm(part of speech: adjective)
8. gradual(part of speech: adjective)
9. temperate(part of speech: adjective)
10. alleviate(part of speech: verb)
11. pacify(part of speech: verb)
12. average(part of speech: adjective)
13. sober(part of speech: adjective)
14. Other synonyms:
guide, deliberate, naturalise, satisfactory, halt, keep, minimalist, leave, lower, guard, hold in, mark, grounded, modest, tame, retard, adjudge, direct, friend, fair, radical, fairish, support, look after, decent, contribute, concur, govern, go for, acceptable, goodish, harbor, abstemious, centrist, book, take hold, hold, tick, restrained, obtain, maintain, yield, curtail, indifferent, arrest, make, careful, balmy, reserve, naturalize, middle-sized, retain, average, turn back, curb, domesticize, mid-range, reduced, cushion, domesticate, check into, all right, impartial, extreme, mild, good, tolerable, declare, money, assure, have got, midway, nonviolent, command, comprise, suss out, nominal, intermediate, marked down, check off, bind, domesticise, jibe, deem, measured, hold back, see to it, rise, conduce, checker, intemperate, reticent, entertain, strong, clear-headed, view as, precede, go over, reasonable, central, adherent, regular, throw, moderationist, relent, chairman, advocate, mature, plain, discipline, look into, give, reclaim, accommodate, operate, run, oblige, normalize, check, respectable, balanced, limited, decline, cautious, slight, tick off, unimpassioned, inhibit, low-priced, midsize, mince, master, diminish, see, unemotional, harden, regulated, soften, straight, nurse, subside, correspond, delay, sponsor, extremist, middle-class, realistic, correct, agree, take for, mute, OK, defend, defy, prevail, proponent, apply, verify, manipulate, rational, edge, medium-sized, check out, find out, stop, inexpensive, carry, expensive, keep back, medium, discreet, conceal, restrict, fit, immoderate, castigate, guarded, stamp down, chair, tally, passable, keep in line, sensible, sympathizer, Abate, dull, control, middle of the roader, determine, conduct, condition, head, sustain, withstand, anneal, muffle, go, lead, pragmatic, pass, inconsiderable, confine, chastise, learn, ideologue, damp, admit, cut back, follower, low-key, ensure, logical, top, conservative, match, big, suppress, concord, gibe, practical, harbour, dear, mark off, extend, chip away, erode, incorporate, objurgate, dampen, enclose, train, contain, tidy, middle-of-the-road, take, exponent, popular, check over, decrease, ascertain, restraint, season, dilute, chasten, shrivel, supervise, hold up, cultivate, sound, buffer, temper, weaken, small, obligate, considered, watch over, have, manage, wasteful, temperate, check up on, supporter, chequer, crack, watch, adequate, bear, light, nonpartisan, equable, tone down, sufficient, judicious, insure, conquer, result, break
Examples of usage:
1. The wind was moderate and steady. - "The Wailing Octopus", Harold Leland Goodwin.
2. Of course, you could take them standing, and it is not a bad exercise, but learn to take them at a moderate run. - "Healthful Sports for Boys", Alfred Rochefort.
3. They were brought up as to their early childhood in what may be called moderate circumstances. - "The Killer", Stewart Edward White.
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