inordinate (adj.)
immoderate, intemperate, excessive
1H4 III.ii.12[King Henry to Prince Hal, of Hal's behaviour] such inordinate and low desires [or: beneath one's rank, unworthy]
Luc.94[of Tarquin] nothing in him seemed inordinate
Oth II.iii.298[Cassio to Iago] Every inordinate cup is unblessed and the ingredience is a devil [F; Q1 unordinate]
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