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telltale 1
temperament 1
temperance 2
temperate 25
temperately 4
tempering 1
temple 11
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25 show
25 sort
25 subdued
25 temperate
24 able
24 beauty
24 clear
St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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temperate

   Book, Chapter
1 3, 12| whom he lives, is either temperate or superstitious; whoever, 2 3, 12| follow that they are more temperate than we are. For in all 3 4, 17| style, moderate things in a temperate style, and great things 4 4, 17| instruction, moderate things in a temperate style, in order to give 5 4, 20| the apostle we have the temperate style: "Rebuke not an elder, 6 4, 20| hortatory passage is in the temperate style of eloquence; and 7 4, 20| speech differs from the temperate style just spoken of, chiefly 8 4, 20| end, where it rises into a temperate eloquence, yet he interposes 9 4, 21| An example of the temperate style is the celebrated 10 4, 21| Ambrose also uses the temperate and ornamented style when 11 4, 21| passages as examples of the temperate style, because their purpose 12 4, 21| style is neither subdued nor temperate, but majestic throughout. 13 4, 23| the introduction should be temperate. And the speaker has it 14 4, 23| just as we must use the temperate style, no matter what may 15 4, 23| occasionally find place. The temperate style, on the other hand, 16 4, 23| called) of ornament. But the temperate style never needs the aid 17 4, 24| and by the beauties of the temperate. The majestic style, on 18 4, 24| eloquently expressed, even in the temperate style, produce such an effect 19 4, 25| chap. 25. How the temperate style is to be used~ 20 4, 25| the other hand, what the temperate style properly aims at, 21 4, 25| to do, but do not; in the temperate style, he persuades them 22 4, 25| Accordingly, even in the temperate style we must use beauty 23 4, 26| subdued style, beauty to the temperate, and persuasive power to 24 4, 26| Eloquence of the temperate style, also, must, in the 25 4, 28| style are adequate, in the temperate, elegant, and in the majestic,


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