Antonyms for mildly

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I remonstrated with him mildly but firmly, but only received insolence in return.

"Sir, you break the illusion of the scene," mildly remonstrates the showman.

"And she will want to know—things," hinted Cornelia, mildly.

But Miss Fogg said, mildly, "that she thought I wuz mistaken—she thought it wuz."

"I don't see, if I do, why I shouldn't have my little secret," I mildly replied.

He felt as if his dignity had been mildly assaulted, and he preferred to stand.

"I'm sure, sir, I cannot tell you anything about it," Jenkins was mildly beginning.

"But I am ignorant myself of what he did want," mildly deprecated Jenkins.

"Well, of course I don't mind doin' that for you," Lohr said, mildly.

As I left him he was mildly bemoaning his own lack of skill on the pianoforte.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR MILDLY

gently

adverbquietly and softly
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