Adjective "mellower" definition and examples

(Mellower may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ˈmɛləʊnəs/

Definitions and examples

noun

  1. 'Time may have ground off the dazzling and harsh part of his wisdom, but it has also suffused it with mellowness and modesty.'
  2. 'The acoustic mellowness also meant no mosh pits or persistent fan screaming, an atmosphere that seemed to work out for both the audience and the performers.'

More definitions

1. soft, sweet, and full-flavored from ripeness, as fruit.

2. well-matured, as wines.

3. soft and rich, as sound, tones, color, or light.

4. made gentle and compassionate by age or maturity; softened.

5. friable or loamy, as soil.

6. mildly and pleasantly intoxicated or high.

7. pleasantly agreeable; free from tension, discord, etc.: a mellow neighborhood.

8. affably relaxed; easygoing; genial: a mellow teacher who is very popular with her students. v

More examples(as adjective)

"titles can be mellower."

"people can be mellower."

"paces can be mellower."

"colours can be mellower."

"affairs can be mellower."

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Origin

(mellow)