"Maybe he mellowed in later life," Dean said.
Puritanism steadily mellowed under many influences.
We were in Hawaii and pretty mellowed out on one of those perfect beach nights, watching the moon dance on the incoming surf.
However, this tendency is mellowed by Gemini's easy-going nature.
Though cinnamon and cumin were not particularly discernable, I detected the sharpness of vetiver quite strongly, but it quickly mellowed out thanks to the jasmine's softness.
His power felt the same, but maybe his time in Hell had mellowed it out, made it more responsive to his command.
Other than legendary country music careers, Hank Williams Jr. and Willie Nelson are both known for their bad boy ways, but you would think age would have mellowed them by now-not!
We agreed the tests were finished for the day but mellowed by wine; we spent two more evening hours summarizing our findings.
Dean's day was calming down, mellowed by his minimal consumption of ale and the coziness of Bird Song's kitchen.
Mrs. Lincoln mellowed into his lap, as out of character as a clown at a wake.
mellowed over the years yet he still retains a mesmerizing tone.
mellowed somewhat over the years, then this was a change of degree, not of kind.
mellowed with age; in the past neither of us would have rested content with such inconclusive findings.
DI: He's mellowed, mellowed an awful lot.
Dean nodded his head in agreement, happy Cynthia's mood had mellowed.
Age mellowed her temper, and she turned more and more from secular ambitions to charity and religious works.
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