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Moderate vs Extortionately - What's the difference?

moderate | extortionately |


As an adjective moderate

is not excessive; acting in moderation.

As a noun moderate

is one who holds an intermediate position between extremes, as in politics.

As a verb moderate

is to reduce the excessiveness of (something).

As an adverb extortionately is

in an extortionate manner; in a manner that greatly exceeds what is reasonable or moderate.

Reasonable vs Extortionately - What's the difference?

reasonable | extortionately |


As an adjective reasonable

is having the faculty of reason; endued with reason; rational.

As an adverb extortionately is

in an extortionate manner; in a manner that greatly exceeds what is reasonable or moderate.

Exceed vs Extortionately - What's the difference?

exceed | extortionately |


As a verb exceed

is to be larger, greater than (something).

As an adverb extortionately is

in an extortionate manner; in a manner that greatly exceeds what is reasonable or moderate.

Extortionate vs Extortionately - What's the difference?

extortionate | extortionately |


As an adjective extortionate

is of, related to or typifying extortion.

As an adverb extortionately is

in an extortionate manner; in a manner that greatly exceeds what is reasonable or moderate.