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  • r  (obsolete) in a mellow manner

  • He was a theologian who almost belligerently proposed the "wholly otherness" of God, yet he lived long enough to write a book mellowly asserting the "humanity" of a loving Creator.
  • But then serenityin some translations called sluggishnessreasserts itself: the High Lama prates mellowly of Shangri-La's past, Dennis King stands around expertly at a loss .
  • In his Kansas City home, Benton last week spoke almost mellowly of the good old days.

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