Associations to the word «Mellow»

Wiktionary

MELLOW, adjective. Soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulp.
MELLOW, adjective. Easily worked or penetrated; not hard or rigid.
MELLOW, adjective. Not coarse, rough, or harsh; subdued, soft, rich, delicate; said of sound, color, flavor, style, etc.
MELLOW, adjective. Well matured; softened by years; genial; jovial.
MELLOW, adjective. Relaxed; calm; easygoing; laid-back.
MELLOW, adjective. Warmed by liquor, slightly intoxicated; or, stoned, high.
MELLOW, noun. A relaxed mood.
MELLOW, verb. (transitive) To make mellow; to relax or soften.
MELLOW, verb. (intransitive) To become mellow.

Dictionary definition

MELLOW, verb. Soften, make mellow; "Age and experience mellowed him over the years".
MELLOW, verb. Become more relaxed, easygoing, or genial; "With age, he mellowed".
MELLOW, verb. Make or grow (more) mellow; "These apples need to mellow a bit more"; "The sun mellowed the fruit".
MELLOW, adverb. (obsolete) in a mellow manner.
MELLOW, adjective. Unhurried and relaxed; "a mellow conversation".
MELLOW, adjective. Having a full and pleasing flavor through proper aging; "a mellow port"; "mellowed fruit".
MELLOW, adjective. Having attained to kindliness or gentleness through age and experience; "mellow wisdom"; "the peace of mellow age".
MELLOW, adjective. Having attained to kindliness or gentleness through age and experience; "mellow wisdom"; "the peace of mellow age".
MELLOW, adjective. Slightly and pleasantly intoxicated from alcohol or a drug (especially marijuana).

Wise words

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