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Moderate

Pronunciation of Moderate
/mˈɒdəɹət/, /mˈɒdəɹət/, /m_ˈɒ_d_ə_ɹ_ə_t/

Synonyms for moderate:

Sense 1

emasculate, neuter, Medium-sized, goodish, slow, middle-sized, negotiate, yankee, bate, mid-range, chip away.

Sense 2

faint, slight, erode, generous, wane, undercut, fierce, undermine.

Sense 3

adequate, tolerable, passable, lapse, sufficient, dilute, acceptable, discreet, slacken, tidy, satisfactory, all-right.

Sense 4

qualify, remit, blunt.

Sense 6

die.

Sense 7

decent, shake.

Sense 8

dim, popular.

Sense 10

regular.

Sense 12

fall.

Sense 21

cut.

abstinent

abstemious.

compose

soothe.

decrease

slacken.

digestible

light.

estimable

respectable.

lessen

de-escalate.

lukewarm

tepid.

well-advised

judicious.

Other synonyms and related words:

fair, neuter, diminish, reasonable, fairish, season, goodish, low, satisfactory, tone down, control, slack, decent, tidy, slacken, moderationist, adequate, temper, modest, tolerable, slow, respectable.

acceptable (adjective)

goodish.

all (adjective)

restrained, temperate.

average (adjective)

dominant, conventional, ordinary, medium, stereotype, standard, midmost, predominant, stock, median, average, everyday, mid, middle-of-the-road, mediocre, commonplace, halfway, normal, common, run-of-the-mill, middling, usual, mean, mezzo, customary.

calm (adjective)

undisturbed, impassive, still, mild, even-tempered, relaxed, pacific, easygoing, unruffled, calm, placid, sedate, tranquil, unexcitable, peaceful, quiet, serene, cool, composed, collected.

economical (adjective)

economical, stingy, frugal, parsimonious, thrifty, prudent, sparing, austere, cheap, self-denying, cheeseparing.

fair, average, so-so (adjective)

intermediate, ordinary, fairish, mediocre, medium, indifferent, passable, mean, middling.

gradual (adjective)

easy, even, imperceptible, gradual, gentle.

moderate (adjective)

quiet, alleviated, temperate, innocuous, composed, soft, pacific, subdued, soothing, easy, cool, tranquil, restrained, gentle, calm, relaxed.

simple (adjective)

low.

sober (adjective)

abstinent, sober, dry, temperate, teetotaling, restrained.

unexcitable (adjective)

controlled, passionless, nonchalant, serene, calm, level-headed, even-tempered, cool, meek, mild, stolid, unflappable, imperturbable, frigid, cold-blooded, aloof, placid, demure, stoical, deadpan, poker-faced, staid, unexcitable, stoic, dispassionate, reserved, easygoing, unhurried, steady, tranquil, inscrutable, composed, apathetic, detached, numb, self-controlled, self-composed, impassive, neutral.

unoriginal (adjective)

conventional.

Sense 3 (noun)

respectable.

Sense 4 (noun)

chip away, erode, dilute, abstemious.

Sense 5 (noun)

Medium-sized, mid-range, middle-sized, regular.

Sense 6 (noun)

discreet.

Sense 7 (noun)

popular.

Sense 9 (noun)

light.

Sense 12 (noun)

all-right, goodish, passable, decent, satisfactory, adequate, sufficient, tidy, tolerable, acceptable.

alleviate (verb)

relieve, lessen, allay, assuage, reduce, palliate, mitigate.

communication (verb)

chair, lead.

economize (verb)

economize, scrimp, budget, pinch pennies, conserve, save.

limited (verb)

measurable.

mediate, arbitrate (verb)

chair, negotiate.

moderate (verb)

compose, abate, cool, alleviate, quiet, soothe, restrain, ease, subdue, relax, calm, soften, pacify, tranquilize.

pacify (verb)

conciliate, stabilize, mollify, lull, reconcile, ebb, appease, hush, quell, smooth, placate, defuse.

restrain, control (verb)

diminish, fall, soften, appease, let up, mollify, abate, check, decrease, subside, curb, alleviate, slacken, chasten, qualify, tone down, pacify, quiet, reduce, mitigate, wane, relieve, slow, relent, allay, assuage, subdue, calm, temper, lessen, decline.

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