- v. Simple past tense and past participle of moderate.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. having elements or qualities mixed in proper or suitable proportions; especially, made less severe. Contrasted with
“Lillian Diaz-Przybyl again moderated — good to see a friendly face.”
“Whether or not this will be moderated is not my concern.”
“Following the screening, Power and Barker joined a public conference call moderated by a veteran of African conflict zones, John Prendergast.”
“On Sunday, 20 August 2006 at 8: 30 PM from Jerusalem, Uri Avneri, the dean of anti-war activists, a globally respected analyst and the founder of Gush Shalom, www. gush-shalom.org spoke on a telephone conference call moderated by Rabbi Lerner of Tikkun, www. tikkun.org to a few, thoughtful, committed American's seeking peace and justice in Israel and Palestine.”
“That said and possibly making me unqualified to express this opinion, the idea of moderated radical feminist only threads makes me uneasy.”
“Last week, the Bank of Canada's latest semi-annual financial system report opined that the regulatory changes on mortgage standards in February were "now starting to have an impact," in that the growth of Canadian household debt has moderated - in other words, it has not yet peaked.”
“For now comments are moderated, which is a pain, but I'll figure something out. oh, I found a way to post comments without registering”
“Then those comments directed at a liberal are "moderated", censored and deleted. this black liberal hates Obama”
“How many who blog on this and many other threads do so with the full knowledge that most comments are being "moderated", and yet, despite the moderations, continue to blog?”
“If anyone would like to determine how rational and well educated liberals are, just read a few of the posts CNN likes to leave "moderated".”
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