mildness


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Synonyms for mildness

Synonyms for mildness

good weather with comfortable temperatures

acting in a manner that is gentle and mild and even-tempered

mercifulness as a consequence of being lenient or tolerant

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Dortort does see that mildness depends on context, but since he identifies the Saviour with Luvah and all the others who mean Albion harm, it is all the same context, and he repeatedly turns to an ironic reading of "mild" in order to deconstruct the Saviour's attempts to redeem Albion.
European mildness in punishment, he suggests, largely follows Norbert Elias' theory of a "civilizing process" whereby the social norms of the nobility have drifted downward to the populace.
This is because the attributes which make specialty surfactants so highly desired in consumer products (enhanced mildness and biodegradability) are of less importance in most industrial markets, where the lower cost of commodity products becomes the deciding factor.
Others, impatient with its initial mildness, joked about "El No-Show."
Unfortunately for the Union forces, this sluggishness and mildness allowed the rebels to recover and continue the war for three years.
By using syndets improved mildness can be obtained without sacrificing the convenience of the bar form.
This memoir differs from those in its short length, its conversational tone, and in the relative mildness of the author's symptoms.
Herre says he and others began to doubt that parasites always evolved to mildness after a spate of mathematical models appeared in the 1980s.
Since Hiroshima, they have been known as `conventional' weapons, which suggests ordinariness and relative mildness. Their use could even come to be seen as `humane' because nuclear weapons would have been avoided.
Provon formulates its products for exceptional mildness, in addition to efficacy, in order to help motivate care providers to use them.
He had a reputation for mildness and was rated one of the Seven Sages of Greece.
I made a great effort to feel, But the unexpected mildness of the evening Overtook me with gentle indifference.
Yes, it is milder than heroin of course, but that also doesn't describe marijuana's danger or "mildness" accurately.
"The Brontes were a famous example: Bramwell, passionate, violent, uncontrolled; Maria, who was the model for Helen Burns in Jane Eyre, mildness, fortitude, wisdom, and patience personified; Charlotte, desperately vulnerable to pain and shyness.
APGs are surfactants used for mildness and foam improvement in personal care applications like facial wash, body wash and shampoo.