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Something like a reluctant smile, rather rusty from long disuse, mellowed Marilla's grim expression.
ANNE OF GREEN GABLESLUCY MAUD MONTGOMERY
From somewhere to the far left drifted the mellowed music of fox-hounds.
THE LIGHTED MATCHCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
Those twenty-odd years—his seniority—had mellowed him, filled him with deep and tender understanding.
THE DRUMS OF JEOPARDYHAROLD MACGRATH
He was chanting the Russian anthem, and his voice, mellowed by the distance, had a strange plaintive effect.
THE SHADOW OF THE CZARJOHN R. CARLING
It may be seen, mellowed by age, in the Parma Cathedral to-day.
GENIUS IN SUNSHINE AND SHADOWMATURIN MURRAY BALLOU
Assurance, contentment, sorrow and hope—he detects all these moods in the music, softened and mellowed by the interposing trees.
The westward windows of the ancient, mellowed house were shining.
THE HONOUR OF THE CLINTONSARCHIBALD MARSHALL
His memory is the most cherished remembrance of Ross, and is mellowed as the ages pass.
A mellowed wail of the bagpipe came from Strone, the last farewell of the departing soldiers; it was but a moment, then was gone.
The Indian Summer haze hung over hill, and mountain, and valley, and the sun glowed with mellowed splendor.

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