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Definition of "immoderation" [im•mod•er•a•tion]

  • Lack of moderation. (noun)

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Use "immoderation" in a sentence
  • "The glutton was someone who aged before their time, reflecting the belief that the tlazollii in foods had a cumulative contaminating effect on the body. 49 The abhorrence that the Nahuas felt for such immoderation is clear in this very graphic description of a person who ingests the seeds of the teopochotl tree, which cause them to swell up like a glutton:"
  • "This kind of immoderation makes it unthinkable that we confuse our displays of strength and our strategies for dominance with God's power."
  • "An excellent example of the merits of immoderation."