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Spell check of moderately

Correct spelling: moderately

frugally, gently, slightly, like, more or less, cheaply, genially, clean, conservatively, collectedly, passably, quietly, permissively, common, kindly, normally, jolly, austerely, somewhat, benevolently, subduedly, easily, evenly, stingily, cordially, serenely, sensibly, sparingly, sweetly, meekly, gradually, reasonably, sanely, dominantly, quite, kind of, tolerantly, tranquilly, peacefully, fairly, imperceptibly, enough, tenderly, economically, peaceably, softly, forbearingly, abstinently, composedly, thriftily, broad-mindedly, mildly, relatively, relaxedly, dryly, fair, with moderation, evenhandedly, amiably, vaguely, open-mindedly, pretty, conventionally, insipidly, soothingly, clemently, coolly, calmly, tolerable, self-denyingly, charitably, middling, pacifically, within reason, rather, placidly, sober-mindedly, customarily, benignly, leniently, laxly, partly, a little, liberally, parsimoniously, usually, ascetically, temperately, restrainedly, sort of, sedately, prudently, tolerably, a bit, soberly, something, predominantly, ordinarily.

hugely, exceedingly, extensively, immoderately, highly, very, significantly, heavily, mortally, surpassingly, beastly, awfully, substantially, without moderation, deadly, particularly, terribly, frightfully, unreasonably, greatly, especially, mightily, extremely, considerably, exceptionally.

Examples of usage:

1) He returned in the winter of 1851- 2, having been moderately successful. - "Memoirs of Orange Jacobs", Orange Jacobs.

2) He was but moderately addicted to society, so called. - "Erlach Court", Ossip Schubin.

3) Beat the yolks of three eggs and add to the milk, then stir in a pinch of salt and flour enough to make a moderately stiff batter. - "The Myrtle Reed Cook Book", Myrtle Reed.