It is some weeks since they entered Paris, and spring has mellowed into summer.
Even in Boston, mellowed though it was by culture, the classical was at a discount.
The charms of Imogen had been in turn heightened with joy, and mellowed with distress.
And I found that it could be baited and mellowed only by a liberal tip.
Even the late experience with Mark was mellowed by the present delight.
The strong Syrian faces were mellowed by the ruddy gleams of sunset.
Some wines are mellowed by crossing the ocean; some are turned into vinegar.
Politics are mellowed by history, business tempered by culture.
But the rush of these was so mellowed by distance that the noise was soft and agreeable.
The hum of the city came to our ears, low and mellowed into a lulling sound.