Definition of intemperate:
labored, impenetrable, cloggy, surd, wakeless, lumbering, gravid, sullen, knockout, voiceless, indulgent, sound, expectant, threatening, arduous, great, severe, clayey, laboured, tough, grave, strong, inordinate, lowering, dense, big, weighed down, profound, punishing, grueling, leaden, laborious, uncontrolled, heavy, backbreaking, extreme, unvoiced, hard, overweight, operose, untempered, concentrated, ponderous, grievous, gruelling, difficult, enceinte, unrestrained, with child, weighty, sonorous, fleshy, toilsome, large.
- drunken (part of speech: adjective)
- intemperate (part of speech: adjective)
- gluttonous (part of speech: adjective)
- "The Scottish Chiefs", Jane Porter.
- "The Framework of Home Rule", Erskine Childers.
Although intemperate drinking has long been unknown among us, as well as all other gross imperfections of character, we still make good wine, and no more danger is felt in drinking it than in using milk.- "Daybreak: A Romance of an Old World", James Cowan.