He could seriosly moderate the beast by destroying its apparatus.
The couple enjoyed the moderate weather while they were on vacation.
(adjective) The temperature here is moderate for most of the year. (verb) The website WikiAnswers uses volunteer supervisors who moderate the various categories.
Moderate basically means the same thing as average. A good sentence would be, she ate a moderate amount of food at the buffet.
She is undergoing moderate depression.The temperature throughout the year seems to be moderate.
The temperature here is moderate for most of the year.
The adjectives in this sentence are "young," "his," "a," and "moderate."
The success she experienced was moderate compared to her expectations. Depending on the context, moderate can be used as an adjective, noun, or verb.
It is important to moderate mental desires, such as avarice, lest we become a Mr. Scrooge of sorts.
The wreckage of the car crash at the side of the road was a reminder for passing drivers to moderate their speed.
In the TV commercial I was watching a MODERATE was talking about a new health reform.
If you are asking that the word moderation appear in the sentence, that is easy: "Be moderate in all things, even moderation!" If you are asking for a sentence that is moderate, this might do: "Please be careful!"