mellowed : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v soften, make mellow
Age and experience mellowed him over the years
- v become more relaxed, easygoing, or genial
With age, he mellowed
- v make or grow (more) mellow
The sun mellowed the fruit
- s having a full and pleasing flavor through proper aging
- s having attained to kindliness or gentleness through age and experience
- Meanwhile, Superbitch Lisa, Bob's first wife and once the most hated woman on TV, has a fourth husband, Grant Coleman, and has mellowed.
- Many of his fellow militants have also mellowed and are slipping out of the shadows of revolutionary Iran to acknowledge their roles, admit to a few regrets and argue that their .
- But his usual dignity, mellowed by age, prevents him from hasty action, and allows of reconsideration.
- Jimmie Johnson in Forbes
Once I fired the car off, I was in my element and my place to be, and things really mellowed out for me,Johnson said. "My mind really played games with me in the hours leading up to the race."
- Billy Werber in USA Today
I was vociferous and cocky and if they wanted to fight that was all right for me,Werber said of his career. "I was ready to go anytime. I've mellowed somewhat - and I'm crippled."
- Jacques Villeneuve in USA Today
We had a hard time, I would say early in our careers, then we mellowed down,Villeneuve said Tuesday. "But off the track, outside of the car, we always got along. Just there were a few high-spirited moments in car on the track."