Found 3 items, similar to mellow.
English → Indonesian
English → English
adj 1: unhurried and relaxed; “an easygoing pace”
; “a mellow
2: having a full and pleasing flavor through proper aging; “a
; “mellowed fruit”
3: having attained to kindliness or gentleness through age and
experience; “mellow wisdom”
; “the peace of mellow age”
4: having or suggesting softness and richness in quality; “a
; “the mellow air brought in the feel of
- Thomas Hardy; “a mellowing sun”
5: slightly and pleasantly intoxicated from alcohol or a drug
(especially marijuana) [syn: high
adv : (obsolete) in a mellow manner [syn: mellowly
v 1: soften, make mellow; “Age and experience mellowed him over
2: become more relaxed, easygoing, or genial; “With age, he
, mellow out
3: make or grow (more) mellow; “These apples need to mellow a
; “The sun mellowed the fruit”
English → English
, a. [Compar. Mellower
; superl. Mellowest
[OE. melwe; cf. AS. mearu soft, D. murw, Prov. G. mollig
soft, D. malsch, and E. meal flour.]
1. Soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender
pulp; as, a mellow apple.
(a) Easily worked or penetrated; not hard or rigid; as, a
mellow soil. “Mellow glebe.”
(b) Not coarse, rough, or harsh; subdued; soft; rich;
delicate; -- said of sound, color, flavor, style, etc.
“The mellow horn.”
--Wordsworth. “The mellow-tasted
The tender flush whose mellow stain imbues
Heaven with all freaks of light. --Percival.
3. Well matured; softened by years; genial; jovial.
May health return to mellow age. --Wordsworth.
As merry and mellow an old bachelor as ever followed
a hound. --W. Irving.
4. Warmed by liquor; slightly intoxicated. --Addison.
, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Mellowed
; p. pr. & vb.
To make mellow. --Shak.
If the Weather prove frosty to mellow it [the ground],
they do not plow it again till April. --Mortimer.
The fervor of early feeling is tempered and mellowed by
the ripeness of age. --J. C.
, v. i.
To become mellow; as, ripe fruit soon mellows. “Prosperity
begins to mellow.”