Definition of "intemperateness" [in•tem•per•ate•ness]
The quality of being intemperate.(noun)
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Use "intemperateness" in a sentence
"With such prudence of the humors, with God's help, you will keep far away the intemperateness which is the cause of early aging and an early death."
"Ms. Gornick reflects on the "raging intemperateness" of the era's feminist rhetoric—"marriage is an institution of oppression"; "love is rape"; "sleeping with the enemy"—and realizes now that reform wasn't the goal."
"Three reporters from Arizona, on the condition of anonymity, also let me in on another incident involving McCain's intemperateness."