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immŏdĕrātĭo (inm- ), ōnis, f. immoderatus,
I.want of moderation, excess (rare): “efferri immoderatione verborum,” i. e. exaggerated expressions, Cic. Sull. 10, 30: potūs, Ambros. de Elia et Jejun. 12, 44. —
II. Want of measure or rhythm: “omnem mensuram et modum immoderationi anteponi,August. Music. 9, n. 15.
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