Moderately is a derived term of moderate.
As a adverb moderately
is in a moderate manner.
As a 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).
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In a moderate manner.
To a moderate extent or degree.
- During the debate, they disagreed plainly, but moderately .
- They were at least moderately happy with their bonuses.
Not excessive; acting in moderation
- moderate language
- a moderate Calvinist
* Jonathan Swift
- travelling at a moderate speed
Average priced; standard-deal
Not violent or rigorous; temperate; mild; gentle.
- A number of moderate members managed to obtain a majority in a thin house.
- a moderate winter
(US, politics) Having an intermediate position between liberal and conservative.
- moderate showers
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One who holds an intermediate position between extremes, as in politics.
- ''While the moderates usually propose political compromise, it's often only achieved when the extremists allow them so
- The moderates are the natural advocates of ecumenism against the fanatics of their churches.
To reduce the excessiveness of (something)
- to moderate rage, action, desires, etc.
- By its astringent quality, it moderates the relaxing quality of warm water.
To become less excessive
To preside over (something) as a moderator
- To moderate stiff minds disposed to strive.
To act as a moderator; to assist in bringing to compromise
- to moderate a synod
* (reduce excesses ) temperate
* (preside ) arbitrate, chair