Synonyms of mild
Definition of mild
gentle and not easily provoked.
He hasn't a charismatic figure or a flamboyant style, but he is definitely mild , modest and mellow.
Example of mild
Although his contemporaries describe him as a mild and gentle person, his addresses and essays say No!
Although they are the only defendants who might, by virtue of their occupations, have had access to state secrets, they received comparatively mild sentences.
Anger is an emotional state that varies in intensity, ranging from mild irritation to violent rage.
Ann was a lady of gentle and mild disposition who was very well liked in the area.
Another session examines ways to establish relaxation as our ‘default’ mode in preference to our customary states of stress and mild panic.
Dr. Schafer uses a local anesthetic combined with a mild intravenous sedative before making an incision a few millimeters long under each arm.
During unusually mild winter weather and during the summer, the jet stream retreats northward into Canada.
Effects can range from mild feelings of stress and anxiety, to bouts of severe depression or even violent urges.
Even the death penalty was too mild for something like that.
Expect fireworks in what should be mild weather at game time in Kansas City.