The word temperate is an adjective. Temperate means (1) not extreme.
Temperate is also an adjective that means (1) not extreme in behavior, (2) (of weather or climate) free from extremes; mild; or characteristic of such weather or climate.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word temperate.
- Places to Visit in Alaska
Alaska is considered one of the most scenic states in the USA. Temperate
rainforests, arctic tundra, boreal forests, and volcanic islands are all part of the landscape in Alaska.
- Bermuda Cruises
It's little wonder that Bermuda is a popular cruise destination. With its pink sandy beaches, azure water, and temperate
climate, Bermuda makes the perfect getaway destination for singles, couples, and families.
- Bermuda Hotels
Bermuda is a favorite vacation destination for many reasons, including the azure water, the pink sandy beaches, and the temperate
- The Outer Banks
The Outer Banks, or OBX, is a string of narrow barrier islands off the North Carolina coast. The Outer Banks islands are a major tourist destination with its beaches and temperate
climate. It's a favorite spot for surfers and windsurfers. The Wright brothers' first powered flight took place at Kill Devil Hills near Kitty Hawk.
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Temperate Zone Highlighted in Green on World Map
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