1. Lacking moderation, temper or control.
    intemperate language; intemperate zeal
    Bad week for: Jeremy Clarkson, who has become a hate figure in Malaysia after launching an intemperate attack on a Malaysian built car - The Week, 14 April 2007, 609, 4.
  2. Indulging any appetite or passion to excess, especially the drinking of alcohol.
Synonyms Verb

intemperate (intemperates, present participle intemperating; past and past participle intemperated)

  1. (obsolete, transitive) To disorder.

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