mildly : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r to a moderate degree
he was mildly interested
- r in a gentle manner
- Mildly autistic and mildly retarded, Max doesn't speak much, and he didn't respond to my overtures.
- Rosemary Kennedy 1918-present She was born mildly disabled, but a lobotomy arranged by her father left her profoundly retarded .
- Birch organized a secret "Fellowship Group" and set out to suppress a mildly liberal trend at Mercer.
- David Miliband in Sydney Morning Herald
Announcing Mr Moore's release, David Miliband, the Foreign Secretary, said he was in "good health", adding: "He is obviously, to put it mildly, absolutely delighted."
- Joe Biden in Politico
You know, the idea here that somehow these guys are, once again, injecting fear and loathing into this campaign I think is mildly dangerous,Biden added. "I mean, here you have out there these kinds of, you know, incitements out there -- a...
- Robert Gates in Guardian Unlimited
There have been instances where, to put it mildly, the Iraqis have been offended and not treated properlyby the private guards, Gates said. "So those kinds of activities work at cross-purposes to our larger mission in Iraq."