The so-called moderate opposition—made up of hundreds of disparate groups—is often immoderate and rarely cohesive.
The new, immoderate Republican Party is therefore unlikely to succeed better in the near future than it has in the recent past.
Every Indian election brings with it a kind of itinerant circus full of immoderate speech.
Better institutionalize me a second time...” and “Academia is going to have to get used to a bit of immoderate tweeting.
What have the immoderate Republicans of the Tea Party era accomplished?
It shows the vanity of immoderate pretensions, the power of wisdom and virtue, the impotence of folly and crime.
Not for worlds would he have harboured an exaggerated or immoderate idea.
He must escape from that “hydroptic, immoderate” thirst of experience by yielding to it.
He was reproached with indulging his taste for the fine arts at an immoderate expense.
Thereupon he recognised me, and his eyes grew round, yet expressed no immoderate surprise.