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synonyms for mild-mannered

  • balmy
  • bland
  • calm
  • gentle
  • mellow
  • moderate
  • smooth
  • soft
  • subdued
  • tame
  • temperate
  • tranquil
  • warm
  • amiable
  • clement
  • compassionate
  • complaisant
  • deferential
  • docile
  • dull
  • easy
  • equable
  • feeble
  • flat
  • forbearant
  • forbearing
  • forgiving
  • good-humored
  • good-natured
  • good-tempered
  • humane
  • indulgent
  • insipid
  • jejune
  • kind
  • lenient
  • meek
  • merciful
  • obeisant
  • obliging
  • pacific
  • patient
  • peaceable
  • placid
  • serene
  • spiritless
  • submissive
  • subservient
  • tender
  • unassuming
  • vapid
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antonyms for mild-mannered

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  • cool
  • excessive
  • excited
  • hard
  • harsh
  • immoderate
  • loud
  • rough
  • roused
  • severe
  • sharp
  • stormy
  • strong
  • turbulent
  • uncontrolled
  • unfriendly
  • unkind
  • violent
  • wild
  • agitated
  • fierce
  • nervous
  • troubling
  • unenjoyable
  • rude
  • offensive
  • nasty
  • severe
  • ungracious
  • harsh
  • unhappy
  • sad
  • gloomy
  • ugly
  • bitter
  • mean
  • bad
  • disagreeable
  • worrisome
  • unacceptable
  • bothersome
  • repulsive
  • incompatible
  • boring
  • agitated
  • discordant
  • hateful
  • unpleasant
  • unfriendly
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