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mellow in Drink topic

mellowmellow2 verb [intransitive, transitive]  1 STRICTif someone mellows or is mellowed, they become gentler and more sympathetic Paul’s certainly mellowed over the years. Two pints of beer had mellowed my father.2 CCif colours mellow or are mellowed, they begin to look warm and soft The bricks had mellowed to a soft red.3 DFDif wine mellows or is mellowed, its taste becomes smoother mellow (somebody) out→ See Verb table
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mellowShe's mellowed a lot since she retired.David has mellowed and quietened down a great deal.In his forties, Jobs seems to have mellowed, as a leader if not as a crusader for Mac-style computing.Helvin says that Bailey has changed nowadays, has mellowed, but in a positive way.She's mellowed him out, and she seems to make him happy.He mellowed into a white-haired wise man.Grandpa's mellowed over the last few years.Will I mellow towards the idea of marriage as I get older?He hasn't always been so understanding. He's really mellowed with age.