His conduct is boorish and intemperate; his views are anachronistic and absurd; his moral authority is zilch.
It means “them,” the 18- and 19-year-old volunteers who take on the brunt of our intemperate, accountability-free military policy.
He is often intemperate in tone—Morris "heaps deceit upon deceit"—which almost always is a sign of a weak argument.
Indeed, the Republicans reaction to Immelt's appointment was both unconstructive and intemperate.
But in so doing he appeared to be either forgetful of or intemperate towards a sizeable chunk of his own governing coalition.
Another lie, I knew, for Schwillmun was most poetic in appearance and surely not an intemperate man!
He was of intemperate habits, and beat his wife on little provocation.
Probably his nerve had been demoralized by his intemperate habits.
Well, but is a just man the friend of the unjust, or the temperate of the intemperate, or the good of the bad?
Insubordinate to France it certainly is, and intemperate; turgid, too, as any youth of twenty could well make it.