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temperate
used in Paul's Case

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Definition
lacking extremes — especially of weather, climate, or behavior
  • His teachers left the building dissatisfied and unhappy; humiliated to have felt so vindictive toward a mere boy, to have uttered this feeling in cutting terms, and to have set each other on, as it were, in the gruesome game of intemperate reproach.

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