Use Immoderate in a sentence
Meaning: (adjective) excessive; extreme;
Against this immoderate wish there arose a powerful defensive reaction.
Police frequently employ immoderate violence while making arrests.
Immoderate tax rates increase black money and tax evasion.
Some drugs cause immoderate internal heat production.
Immoderate rainfall is creating flood very often .
The immoderate use of battery power would irretrievably destroy a damaged wire.
His rhetoric has been immoderate and provocative.
Sleep and watchfulness, both of them, when immoderate , constitute disease.
You can lose chloride through immoderate sweating.
He was sued for using immoderate force.
Immoderate alcohol consumption has been associated with high blood pressure.