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adjective as in mature

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Wilting down chard with a bit of garlic and chile flakes mellows its flavor out into something resembling spinach.

Her team aims to sample a variety of puppy personalities for the big game, from the mellow to the natural athletes and everything in between.

Even as I went hard on trainees, displacing my anger onto them as had happened to me, I dreamed of finding a mellower kitchen or creating my own, once I’d paid those dues.

From Eater

In the absence of culantro, a combination of green onion and cilantro delivers a similar, albeit slightly more mellow, effect.

But a decade had passed, and Cosby had mellowed, and when he was offered the prize for a third time in 2009, he accepted.

In the glass, the color is mellowed by the oak and is a mossier green.

Now, at the age of 46, he has been mellowed by an all-access pass to literary America, winning most of the prizes around.

Come to think of it, whenever I was cranky or sick, a little nursing usually mellowed us both out.

But for anyone who dreamed that Benedict had mellowed with age, the decision to hang the LCWR out to dry is a rude awakening.

They tone down its severity of style, and cast gently into it a mellowed light akin to that of the “dim religious” order.

And what he had worked out once in cold philosophy, now mellowed into religion, mystical sometimes, but beautiful and saving.

Heard from granite colonnade or beneath cool linen awning, it was mellowed by distance, to monotonous music.

She missed the soft blue haze that mellowed the landscape among the English hills.

The glare of the California sunshine, filtering through the canvas, became mellowed, warm and golden.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mellowed, such as: developed, matured, ripened, softened, and ripe.

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