mellowness : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  kindheartedness through maturity or old age
  • n  a taste (especially of fruit) that is ripe and of full flavor
  • n  the property of a sensation that is rich and pleasing
    the cheap wine had no body, no mellowness
  • n  a soft shade of a color
    a mellowness of light and shade not attainable in marble
  • n  geniality, as through the effects of alcohol or marijuana

  • 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.
  • Most admire Huck's honesty, mellowness and not-so-nave humor and intelligence.
  • The usual evolution of major artists in old age, whereby they become cozily grand paternal figures, patting their juniors on the back and reminiscing in autumnal mellowness about .
News & Articles

  • 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 ...
    Sept. 8, 2013 - Detroit Metro Times

  • Lodovico Dolce in Christian Science Monitor
    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... John McCain CNN International Apr 1, 2008 62620 83468 mellowness They have the mellowness and softness of nature," Lodovico Dolce wrote.

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