[ US /ˈmɛɫoʊd/ ]
[ UK /mˈɛlə‍ʊd/ ]
  1. having a full and pleasing flavor through proper aging
    mellowed fruit
    a mellow port
  2. softened through age or experience
    the peace of mellow age
    mellow wisdom
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How To Use mellowed In A Sentence

  • Although he has mellowed a little since then, he is still a long way from being easy listening. Times, Sunday Times
  • My chicken curry looked appetising and the sauce was suitably tangy, with a welcome kick mellowed by the flavour of lime.
  • He said he was a changed man, that he had mellowed and matured. The Sun
  • He was a cool drink of charcoal-mellowed whiskey with a slow drawl.
  • His expression has mellowed and he listens calmly as I begin to tell my story.
  • It's clear that age hasn't mellowed him, only sharpened his observations.
  • Has age mellowed your desire to consume? Times, Sunday Times
  • When the children married and had children of their own, he mellowed a little.
  • Oriental rugs with their mellowed tones will harmonize with almost any color.
  • Both have a sprinkling of lighter and darker hues, subtleties that come when a house has mellowed over centuries. Times, Sunday Times
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