(of weather or climate) not mild; subject to extremes
"an intemperate climate"; "intemperate zones"
excessive in behavior
intemperate, hard, heavy(adj)
given to excessive indulgence of bodily appetites especially for intoxicating liquors
"a hard drinker"
backbreaking, sullen, ponderous, laborious, overweight, toilsome, intemperate, sound, wakeless, dense, grueling, with child(p), threatening, grave, profound, severe, cloggy, lumbering, large(p), great(p), clayey, enceinte, voiceless, grievous, tough, fleshy, weighed down, hard, weighty, unvoiced, gruelling, expectant, concentrated, lowering, surd, heavy(a), sonorous, impenetrable, arduous, operose, heavy, heavy(p), big(a), labored, difficult, laboured, punishing, strong, gravid, big(p), leaden, knockout
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