Talon thought that establishment of breweries in the colony would solve the problem of immoderate use of alcohol.
All that has been said about Bonaparte's immoderate use of snuff has no more foundation in truth than his pretended partiality for coffee.
In 1761 J. Hill associated cancer of the nasal passages with the immoderate use of snuff.
Nonetheless, immoderate use of GMail Drive may trigger Google to temporarily suspend a Gmail account.
Enjoy its immoderate use.
From too much liberty, my Lucio, liberty; As surfeit is the father of much fast, So every scope by the immoderate use Turns to restraint.
There, in 1880, he opened a sanatorium for persons addicted to the immoderate use of alcohol and opium.
Duncan attributed the Landgravine's illness the immoderate use of tea, coffee, and chocolate, which had lately been introduced into Germany.
It is not antibiotics which are bad, but their uncalculated and immoderate use is dangerous.
The "immoderate" use of sic has created some controversy, leading some editors, including Simon Nowell-Smith and Leon Edel, to speak out against it.