mellowness


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Synonyms for mellowness

kindheartedness through maturity or old age

a taste (especially of fruit) that is ripe and of full flavor

the property of a sensation that is rich and pleasing

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a soft shade of a color

geniality, as through the effects of alcohol or marijuana

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The cappucchino was sharp with a hint of mellowness |
I particularly adored Maria Shuklina, which thrilled against the multi textured choral sounds and shades of emotion, passion and mellowness.
As you may expect, the evening belonged to the quite marvellous basses but with exquisite soprano solos, I particularly adored Maria Shuklina, which thrilled against the multi textured choral sounds and shades of emotion, passion and mellowness.
It has none of the expansive mellowness of old age - at one hour 41 minutes, it's as fast as Rene Jacobs' acclaimed original-instrument recording and 15 minutes quicker than Bernstein's set also made with the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra and Chorus.
However the mellowness deserts the wine at the finish which is brutally dry.
Meanwhile, McCutcheon has a lovely mellowness in her lower ranges, which worked well in songs like Walk Away, and she and Ria Jones collaborated on a medley of sweetly-sung numbers from Tell Me On a Sunday.
The second, Julie's Deacon, was 106 pounds of mellowness, but with a strong appetite for the field and a burning desire to please us.
The measured distribution of objects and the accentuated mellowness of the gallery's atmosphere called to mind the spacious, contemplative calm of a yoga studio.
It has all the orange and honey mellowness you need but lightens it neatly with tangerine-centred acidity and gentle hints of ripe pear.
mellowness is provided by natural pine walls, board and peg floors, paneled doors, and three fireplaces.
Concerned by among other things, Mourinho's capacity to create friction, the Premier League champions from the past two seasons would have preferred his newfound mellowness.
Marcus Wareing's dad was a fruit and potato merchant who provided produce for school mealsSherry must be long matured in wood and bottle to acquire the mellowness of brandied wines
Opening with a lively fanfare on the trumpet, this was followed by Dunn with a solo lyrical cadenza echoing the opening theme, before the second theme was introduced, bringing out the higher range of notes from the tuba and its mellowness of tone.
But he has a mellowness and vocal heft that filled the hall powerfully.
After three years, the minimum age for a malt it acquires a mellowness with rich fruit aromas and a freshness of summer berries and honey bringing a balance of rich and bitter nuances.