- n the process of becoming mellow
- v soften, make mellow
- v become more relaxed, easygoing, or genial
- v make or grow (more) mellow
- Gang veterans say the gangs are aging, with members mellowing as they become parents themselves.
- It's chic, it's mellowing, and some think it's funny.
- Politically, however, Arafat appeared to be mellowing, or at least reconsidering tactics.
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Songs Cycled is opaque and entirely accessible. [Jun 2013, p.80] There's a handful of new material, all displaying superb arranger's skill. His unusual voice has improved too, broadening and mellowing from that nervous tenor of old.
July 23, 2013 - metacritic
- Woody Allen in Back Stage
All the crap that they tell you about ...... getting joy, and having a kind of wisdom in your golden years -- it's all tripe,said Allen, who turns 70 on December 1. "I've gained no wisdom, no insight, no mellowing. I would make all the...
- John Updike in WA today
The affair between Boston and Ted Williams,Updike wrote, "has been no mere summer romance; it has been a marriage, composed of spats, mutual disappointments and, towards the end, a mellowing hoard of shared memories. It falls into three...
- Sheila E in Sydney Morning Herald
Oh no, not me, uh-uh,Sheila E says. "I don't know what they're doing but I'm not [mellowing]. No, it won't be that. It'll be a little bit of everything."