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mellow in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmellowmel‧low1 /ˈmeləʊ $ -loʊ/ adjective  1 not brightCCBRIGHT a mellow colour or light looks soft, warm, and not too bright the mellow golden light of early evening2 not loud or harshC a mellow sound is pleasant and smooth a warm, mellow voice3 not strong in flavourDF mellow wine or fruit has a smooth pleasant taste its smooth, mellow flavour4 not strictSTRICT someone who is mellow is gentle and calm and does not criticize other people, because they have a lot of experience of life5 relaxedRELAXED if you feel mellow, you feel calm and relaxed, especially after drinking alcoholsee thesaurus at calmmellowness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
mellowAfter a few drinks, everyone was pretty mellow.Not real high, but nice and mellow and happy.She wasn't drunk yet, but she was feeling nice and mellow and happy.a rich, mellow blend of coffeeSolomon, in Proverbs, highlighted patience, where he said that a prince is made mellow by patience.the mellow golden light of autumn sunsetsHe's a totally mellow guy.The face was female, sculpted, golden, mellow, ideal and framed by a lion's mane of light.The mellow mid-day jazz on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays?She poured him another glass of brandy to keep him in a mellow mood.She seems a little more mellow now that she's gotten married.the mellow sound of a tromboneLike many square-necks, it sounds fatter, sweeter and more mellow than a typical round-neck.In general Saccani is mellower than Dorati.The smiling face; the jokey mellow voice - but what was going on, really?a deep, mellow voiceGlover looked up at the sound of that mellow voice.