temperance (n.) 1
self-control, calm behaviour, moderation
AC V.ii.48 [Proculeius to Cleopatra] O, temperance, lady!
H8 I.i.124 [Norfolk to Buckingham] Ask God for temperance
Ham III.ii.7 [Hamlet to Players, of passion] you must acquire and beget a temperance that may give it smoothness
KL IV.vii.24 [Gentleman to Cordelia, of Lear] I doubt not of his temperance
MM III.ii.227 [Escalus to disguised Duke, of the Duke] a gentleman of all temperance

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