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  • Spring is mild and usually warm, however they can still be cold on occasion.
  • He was mild to his own men and a living terror to his enemies.
  • The climate is generally mild, less so in the higher regions to the south-west.
  • The changes in these regions between summer and winter are generally mild, rather than extreme hot or cold.
  • Due to the mild year-round weather, tourist travel is popular throughout the year.
  • This mild approach represented the view of the Church for many centuries.
  • Their men are huge, but they are the mildest of the human race. Cited from Theological Essays and Other Papers v2
  • The winter months are typically mild, though periods of extreme cold can occur.
  • Indeed, even shells that failed this relatively mild test had still been issued to ships.
  • The winter months are typically mild, though there can be periods of extreme cold.
  • There are also many mild winter and summer days.
  • The passage of stone fragments may take a few days or a week and may cause mild pain.
  • The ring of hills lying immediately beyond the coast together with the sea account for a mild climate year-round.
  • Southern Europe could be described as having a warm, but mild climate.
  • The mildest judgment that can be passed upon the system is that it has cost us dear. Cited from Lippincott's Magazine, Vol. XVII, No. 100, April, 1876, by Various
  • However, the film was only a mild commercial success and failed to start a film franchise based on the character.
  • The mild climate of the range means morning and evening temperatures are low.
  • The spring months (March to May) are usually mild and often quite pleasant.
  • It may occur in the mildest case, as such cases are not so closely watched. Cited from Mother's Remedies, by T. J. Ritter
  • Half Moon Bay usually has mild weather throughout the year.
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Meaning of mild

  • adjective Moderate in type or degree or effect or force; far from extreme
    a mild winter storm, a mild fever, fortunately the pain was mild, a mild rebuke, mild criticism