Thesaurus / mellowness

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Mrs. Sawney's tone grew in mellowness as her anger increased.

Mrs. BindleHebert Jenkins

All of which contributes to its healthfulness, mellowness and aroma.

Since then, she had forgotten those tones, and thought his voice hard; but now its warmth and mellowness brought back a memory.

Vision HouseC. N. Williamson

His delight in the situation has a mellowness far removed from the anxious, ambiguous glee of the urchin.

The Gentle ReaderSamuel McChord Crothers

Not a morsel of it but was full of mellowness, and sweet flavour, and fragrance.

Summer Cruising in the South SeasCharles Warren Stoddard

A skimmed-milk cheese lacks the softness and mellowness of texture of the whole-milk product.

The Book of CheeseCharles Thom and Walter Warner Fisk

Not a morsel of it but was full of mellowness, and sweet flavor, and fragrance.

South-Sea IdylsCharles Warren Stoddard

The varnish is wanting in mellowness, but is very transparent; its colour is chiefly yellow.

The ViolinGeorge Hart

All my mellowness took flight; I grew snappy and monosyllabic.

AloneNorman Douglas

It is said to add the fresh appearance of water colours, and the finish of miniature painting, to the mellowness of oil colours.

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

WORDS RELATED TO MELLOWNESS

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.