intemperant

intemperant

(ɪnˈtɛmpərənt)
n
a person who is intemperate, esp in his or her consumption of alcohol
adj
unrestrained or lacking moderation
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Importateur intemperant de cereales, La Tunisie va devoir souffler un peu en 2017.
The only explicit mention of the Welsh in one magisterial study of the North American Gold Rushes notes that they ran the Temperance Association in the otherwise intemperant gold-rush town of North San Juan, California.
This, of course, gives rise to an intemperant technicism that is nothing other than idolatry of the machine and, through such idolatry, by way of identification, it leads to a technocratic yearning for unconditional power.
Maintenant, l'ouvrier est imprevoyant, intemperant, trop enclin a feter St Lundi et a se mettre en greve.