mellowness mellowness


  1. (n) kindheartedness through maturity or old age
  2. (n) a taste (especially of fruit) that is ripe and of full flavor
  3. (n) the property of a sensation that is rich and pleasing
  4. (n) a soft shade of a color
  5. (n) geniality, as through the effects of alcohol or marijuana



  1. It interrupts its super-rockingness with little bits of mellowness to keep me interested, and then some weird named guitarist rocks out and Axl's right back to calling the President.
  2. Most admire Huck's honesty, mellowness and not-so-nave humor and intelligence.
  3. Intimate, intimidating, sonorous, it almost mooed with mellowness.


  • Dallyin’

    Dally In The Alley, like an incense-steamed icy-hot pad, provides this uncannily blended vibe, a kinetic chill… There’s a reason so many artists and bands wake up today wanting to write love letters to the annual community culture festival via their status-updates or giddy tweets. There are a slew of other theories/causes we could explore to explain it’s magical draping of mellowness upon the ...
    on September 8, 2013     Source: Detroit Metro Times


  1. "Self-improvement should be a work in progress all our lives, and I confess to needing it as much as anyone. But I believe, if my detractors had known me at Episcopal, they might marvel at the self-restraint and mellowness I developed as an...
    on Apr 1, 2008 By: John McCain Source: CNN International

  2. They have "the mellowness and softness of nature," Lodovico Dolce wrote.
    on Aug 19, 2004 By: Lodovico Dolce Source: Christian Science Monitor

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