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Adjective
Mild, soft or soothing in effect or degree
“The Marquis de Carvajal paused and spoke in a mellow voice, rolling the words as if he were making a public address.”
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Having a melodious or harmonious sound
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“The music began with the soft, mellow sounds of a wind instrument, paving the way for Valdis's dance to begin.”
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Well matured or conditioned with age
“In Siena and Bologna, he sketched the old palaces and churches with their mellow brickwork studded with terra cotta insets.”
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Soft or tender by reason of ripeness
“The cliched image of autumn is that it is a fine season of mellow fruits, golden leaves, and cool, bracing sunny days.”
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Having a gentle or calm temperament or disposition
“I always thought that as I got older, I would lose that fiery anger, and that eventually, I'd become a nice and mellow old lady.”
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Having a carefree manner or temperament
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“He cut out drugs altogether, adopted a healthier diet, and cultivated a more mellow attitude towards many things.”
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Having a friendly and sociable nature
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“They struck me as a bunch of kids from Amherst, super-unaffected, mellow, and friendly.”
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Relaxed, happy and cheerful, especially through being slightly drunk
“He was feeling mellow after a few glasses of wine, and money didn't seem so important anymore.”
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Slightly intoxicated, especially by liquor
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“My friends and acquaintances say they drink to get mellow, to get a buzz on, to get high.”
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Expressing subtlety of a particular quality as opposed to intense
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Having a relaxed, friendly, or unofficial style, manner, or nature
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Of a comestible, especially a beverage, having a rich flavor
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Giving a feeling of comfort and relaxation
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Succulent or full of juice(s)
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Giving off heat
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Not clearly or fully audible
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Ready to accept instruction or direction, obedient, subservient
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(of sound or color) Free from anything that dulls or dims
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Delicious and pleasing to taste
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Rich, mellow and carefully articulated, especially with an upper-class accent
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Feeling euphoric, typically from the effects of narcotics
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Undemanding and easily executed
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Verb
To make softer or less intense
“For many individuals, personality traits often mellow with age.”
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Make more agreeable or acceptable
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To make experienced
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Wind down, chill out, relax
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Become or make ripe
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To overcome or bring under control
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To change one's attitude for the better
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To give an appearance of age to, especially a new object
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To make human or humane
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Make happy; appease
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To make or become physically soft or softer
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