Verb(1) soften, make mellow(2) become more relaxed, easygoing, or genial(3) make or grow (more
Adjective(1) unhurried and relaxed(2) having a full and pleasing flavor through proper aging(3) softened through age or experience(4) slightly and pleasantly intoxicated from alcohol or a drug (especially marijuana
Adverb(1) in a mellow manner
(1) But it was so good while it lasted and it was a really mellow breakup so, some day, we may play together again, I don't know.(2) Have someone read my chakra and tell me, ├ö├ç├┐You're an incredibly complex and awesome person with a substantially mellow aura.├ö├ç├û(3) His reflexes seemed a shade slower than his days in Toronto, and his mellow personality differed from Hasek's intense persona.(4) The mellow flavour of spring onions make them just as adaptable as regular yellow or white onions, but without the tears.(5) Most important of all are good tomatoes: their ample juices supply enough liquid to moisten the stew and their tart flavour balances the mellow sweetness of the other vegetables.(6) What an apt and beautiful description of the most lovely of seasons in its mellow maturity.(7) About half the time, the songs are laid-back - mellow even - and meander casually along with long, rich, drawn-out horn solos and harmonies.(8) With its mellow purples, blues, dazzling yellows and reds set in flawless gold the collection is all set to lure you into buying it.(9) So it obviously makes sense to try to be mellow and cheerful behind the wheel.(10) The rest of us enjoyed a well-earned meal and some of that very mellow Merlot.(11) When tannins mellow with age, they sweeten up, helping wine to step up to the next level of complexity.(12) He was a mellow person who was rarely, if ever, angry no matter what she pulled.(13) They want to know what makes a particular craft beer pleasingly bitter, why the wine they're drinking is so mellow , what gives their whiskey a smoky flavor.(14) And I had seen Jode's mellow personality melt into passion at simply a glance from Cif.(15) Equally fascinating are the churches with their mellow honey coloured facades that glow warm in the sun.(16) That theory about people getting more mellow as they grow older would definitely stand up here, in Montreal institution Leonard Cohen's long-awaited album Ten New Songs.
(1) mellow wine :: 芳醇なワイン
1. genial ::
2. dulcet ::
3. full-bodied ::
4. laid-back ::
5. high ::
6. melt ::
Different Formsmellow, mellowed, mellower, mellowest, mellowing, mellowly, mellowness, mellows
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