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What is another word for temperately?

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Adverb
To a mild or moderate degree
“They escaped the cold Midwestern winter by vacationing in a more temperate climate down south.”
Adverb
Behaving or acting moderately, calmly, and coolly
“It resulted in a lucid and temperate study of the subject.”
Adverb
Adverb for showing self-restraint or abstemious moderation
“Charlemagne was temperate in his drinking, but voracious in his eating.”
Adverb
Adverb for gentle or unaggressive in nature or character
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“Irenius portrays Grey as a gentle and temperate man who resorted to violence in Ireland only because of absolute necessity and the particular demands of circumstance.”
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(of climate or weather) Adverb for not aggressive or violent in nature
Adverb
Adverb for not easily upset or excited
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Adverb for shy, extremely humble and modest
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Adverb for careful, cautious or restrained in manner or approach
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Adverb for having sound or fair judgment based on good sense
Adverb
Adverb for casually calm and relaxed
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