temperate

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  • Some areas in the mountains are very cold in winter and temperate in summer.
  • It is now widely believed that the climate during the period was more temperate than now.
  • They were looking for a more temperate climate as an escape from the north.
  • Both temperate and tropical species are present, in many cases near the northern or southern extent of their range.
  • However they can be used in cold temperate areas to maintain warmth as well.
  • The weather in the park is temperate compared to most other protected areas of India.
  • There could be no extension into regions with a temperate climate, as had been thought before.
  • However, they have been recorded as inhabiting every variety of northern temperate forest known to occur.
  • These birds are most common in temperate and cold waters.
  • The birds seem to avoid even cool temperate conditions and stay up north only during the hot continental summer.
  • The family occurs throughout the tropical and warm temperate regions of the world.
  • The temperate climate as well as great fertility makes the region a leading production center.
  • It is commonly grown throughout its native North American range as well as many other temperate parts of the world.
  • Spring is one of the four conventional temperate seasons, following winter and preceding summer.
  • Many species are widely grown in the garden in temperate and sub-tropical regions.
  • The southern coast, part of which is known as the Garden Route, is temperate and green.
  • Most of the central portion of the country experiences a cool, temperate climate year-round.
  • In winter, when these trees are bare, many neighborhoods take on a much more temperate appearance.
  • It has been introduced to many temperate areas of the world and grows wild in many meadows.
  • They are found in temperate and tropical seas all around the world.
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Words starting with temperate

Meaning of temperate

  • adjective (of weather or climate) free from extremes; mild; or characteristic of such weather or climate
    a temperate region, the temperate zones, temperate plants
  • adjective Not extreme in behavior
    temperate in his habits, a temperate response to an insult, temperate in his eating and drinking