Associations to the word «Mild»
MILD, adjective. Gentle and not easily provoked.
MILD, adjective. (of a rule or punishment) Of only moderate severity.
MILD, adjective. Not keenly felt or seriously intended.
MILD, adjective. (of an illness or pain) Not serious or dangerous.
MILD, adjective. (of weather) Moderately warm, especially less cold than expected.
MILD, adjective. (of a medicine or cosmetic) Acting gently and without causing harm.
MILD, adjective. (of food, drink, or tobacco) Not sharp, or strong in flavor.
MILD, noun. (British) A relatively low-gravity beer, often with a dark colour; mild ale
MILD ALE, noun. (British) A relatively low-gravity beer, often with a dark colour.
MILD AND BITTER, noun. A drink consisting of a mixture of mild and bitter beers
MILD STEEL, noun. A kind of steel having a lower proportion of carbon than ordinary steel, rendering it softer and more malleable.
MILD, adjective. Moderate in type or degree or effect or force; far from extreme; "a mild winter storm"; "a mild fever"; "fortunately the pain was mild"; "a mild rebuke"; "mild criticism".
MILD, adjective. Humble in spirit or manner; suggesting retiring mildness or even cowed submissiveness; "meek and self-effacing".
MILD, adjective. Mild and pleasant; "balmy days and nights"; "the climate was mild and conducive to life or growth"; "a soft breeze".
To use the same words is not a sufficient guarantee of understanding; one must use the same words for the same genus of inward experience; ultimately one must have one's experiences in common.