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1. She said in a mellow voice.
2. He was feeling a little mellow.
3. He was looking tolerably mellow.
4. Mellow colors of a hog-wild maple.
5. I kept hoping my father would mellow.
6. She would grow quite round and mellow.
7. They were all beginning to feel mellow.

8. But not bitter: mellow, an added bonus.
9. Maybe he was getting mellow in his old age.
10. Remember, she thinks Sicarius is mellow.
11. You would think over time he would mellow.
12. That's okay, she said, in a mellow voice.
13. The word Zen had become synonymous with mellow.
14. Two o’clock at the Mellow Yellow Café in Tomioka.
15. Having been described as a mellow creature with a.
16. The voice was a gentle and soothing mellow baritone.
17. Topps and I had slowly begun to mellow out at school.
18. And with that, the mood began to get a little mellow.
19. Let stand for about 10 minutes to mellow the flavors.
20. I need a nap, I told him in a mellow, dreamy voice.
21. The engine quickly settled into a mellow, rumbling idle.
22. Follow till the ending; it is only a little mellow bending.
23. Coltrane was playing one of his more mellow compositions, Q.
24. In my head, I tried to mellow things out, concentrating on an.
25. It seems that a lot can be said in favor of…the mellow fellow.
26. I was taken aback but still mellow at being back in my hometown.
27. Let’s put something mellow in that pipe of yours and fire it.
28. They arrived home in the mellow evening, happy, and glowing, and tired.
29. The wine was as mellow as a steam hammer, but she held back her grimace.
30. The other will be a large, delicately flavored apple, mellow, deep red.
31. THE OPERATOR CONNECTED ME with Claire first, and her mellow voice warmed me.
32. Her voice was unexpectedly soft and mellow, with no trace of a Texas accent.
33. For a moment, Henry was conscious of the deep, mellow pulsation of the Tone.
34. The Savannah Press offered: Her voice is exquisitely rich and full and mellow.
35. Hurrying to it, she picked up the receiver and spoke in it in a mellow, sexy tone.
36. As Olin continued to hit the bell they heard a constant tone, low and mellow in pitch.
37. Pass that around, I told the corporal in a mellow tone, all filled with confidence.
38. Summer had passed him by and the mellow cool of autumn had waned into the edge of winter.
39. A lot of people have got to go through and live in a house to make it mellow down all over.
40. Diane is in her bedroom listening to mellow and jazz music on the stereo as the phone rings.
41. A wobble on the high notes and breathiness on the low were not balanced by mellow mid tones.
42. They huddled together and wondered how a monster could make such mellow and harmonious music.
43. And if Morel were in a good temper, he called back immediately, in his hearty, mellow voice:.
44. Thus, doth Money mellow e’en the most furious of Furies and calm the most fever’d of Brows.
45. The low sun cast columns of mellow rays through the hand-stitched curtains, hung many years before.
46. It is a depressing truth that fathers and grandfathers do not always mellow when they enter old age.
47. Isobel warn’d me not to go—tho’ the new and mellow Lancelot was e’er indulgent with my Fancies.
48. He had the silly mellow look on his face, which reminded Foreman of Stan Laurel from Laurel and Hardy.
49. Watching the other cars appear to fly backwards made him feel superior to their mellow, listless drivers.
50. Three single strokes, one after another, burst out explosively, dying away in deep and mellow vibrations.
51. From it he took something which glinted dully in the mellow light—a broad gold coin of antique minting.
52. Ingrid gave him her best smile while putting her right hand on his left hand and speaking in a mellow voice.
53. Happy with the lazy, sexy, mellow river ride, but concerned that she was losing her battle with yaag once again.
54. That certainly tugged at my heartstrings, but I couldn’t help noticing that all the other cats seemed so mellow.
55. As they exited the front door the mellow luster of the varnished front porch shone up at them in the mid-day light.
56. It still had its purposeful stance and they could hear the soft burble of the 265 Hemi under the mellow rhythms of J.
57. She tugged upon the rope and the bell rocked in its cradle as it pealed a mellow tone with a long resonant after hum.
58. Adam was reconsidering his second flight, thinking that he would prefer more mellow conditions for his level of skill.
59. On a mellow evening in September, I was coming from the garden with a heavy basket of apples which I had been gathering.
60. Looking back at the photograph, Jong surmises that her mellow expression means she was likely drunk for the first time.
61. The bright mellow beams of the moon shot through the canopy of darkness, flowing effortlessly through the dancing leaves.
62. Gimmerton chapel bells were still ringing; and the full, mellow flow of the beck in the valley came soothingly on the ear.
63. Despite all the books and movies where on Golden Pond people mellow, I am not sure that it happens much in real life.
64. The eloquence of that letter! I really think it had all the words in it I know, except those about growing round and mellow.
65. I bit into its juicy sweetness, savoring the mellow flavor which reminded me of the grape arbors and winery in Fredericksburg.
66. His voice had a cultured ring in it and though he spoke in measured accents there was a suspicion of a quiver in the mellow tones.
67. The gold lamp burned low, casting a mellow glow over the thick tapestries and the rich coverings of the couch whereon he had been reposing.
68. Over the laurel bushes and rhododendrons, I could see a long, many-gabled mansion, girdled with ivy, and toned to the warm, cheery, mellow.
69. The parlor was a most inviting room, mellow in tint, comfortable in the cut of the chairs and sofas, and inviting with magazines and pictures.
70. As Adam stepped out of his car into the icy, purple twilight, he heard the mellow harmonies of America’s Ventura Highway seeping out of the hut.
71. GIVEN HOW STIFLING it had been earlier in the week, the day was incongruously beautiful, the sky high and mellow above the open top of Regan’s car.
72. Ingrid smiled at his somewhat naïve question and looked at him with the sexiest, most sensual expression she could muster while answering in a mellow voice.
73. Ethan put on a mocking smile and said with an unusually mellow, low-keyed voice, Well I’m not all that happy about the two of you, don’t mind me saying.
74. Her voice now took more mellow infections, her figure also; something subtle and penetrating escaped even from the folds of her gown and from the line of her foot.
75. The dishes made their own music beneath her moving hands, a mellow clanking, like the sounds Charlie heard when he held his breath and became a submarine in the tub.
76. The long sleeves were cream colored lace rosettes and the flowing skirt was white silk, overlaid with side panels of mellow red, embroidered with lavish rose-shaped pearls.
77. And— there might actually have been a suppressed chuckle in the mellow voice —I’ll endeavor to be certain none of the remotes are seen by any survivors, as well.
78. She wasn’t all that fond of wine—had tried some only a couple of times before—but this one, a mellow chardonnay with a slightly fruity taste, was actually pretty good.
79. Next morning---bright and cheerful out of doors---stole softened in through the blinds of the silent room, and suffused the couch and its occupant with a mellow, tender glow.
80. Next morning—bright and cheerful out of doors—stole softened in through the blinds of the silent room, and suffused the couch and its occupant with a mellow, tender glow.
81. He needs to lie low and, on balance, where better than Devon's mellow back lanes, especially if he starts cooking up exotic little snacks for the local clubbers and smack-heads.
82. But it did not matter anymore, for the forest was so exquisite that way, the afternoon so serene, so mellow with lovely light, that I could not look round me without being happy.
83. She had a rather stern, forbidding look, but she was in reality very jolly, with a hearty, gurgling laugh and a deep, mellow, pleasant voice with a suggestion of masculinity about it.
84. Rochester possessed a fine voice: he did—a mellow, powerful bass, into which he threw his own feeling, his own force; finding a way through the ear to the heart, and there waking sensation strangely.
85. Now the master, mellow almost to the verge of geniality, put his chair aside, turned his back to the audience, and began to draw a map of America on the blackboard, to exercise the geography class upon.
86. Olin paused to see if there were any questions or comments from the townsmen but they had been raiding Hiram's bourbon supply during his talk and sat or stood about in a mellow manner waiting to hear more.
87. Five years after Jo's wedding, one of these fruitful festivals occurred, a mellow October day, when the air was full of an exhilarating freshness which made the spirits rise and the blood dance healthily in the veins.
88. The stucco walls were painted a soft lime while the trim was a pure white; combined, the mellow color scheme was actually very relaxing and undoubtedly possessed the ability to facilitate an occupant drifting off to sleep.
89. Let it wait and ripen, was her father's advice, and he practiced what he preached, having waited patiently thirty years for fruit of his own to ripen, and being in no haste to gather it even now when it was sweet and mellow.
90. Nevertheless, there is no doubt that the farmers of Anyang must be “good people”, for they produce the liquor Wu Liang Mellow, white in color and with a taste similar to “orujo”, which Roger describes in the first book of his.
91. I felt the consecration of its loneliness: my eye feasted on the outline of swell and sweep—on the wild colouring communicated to ridge and dell by moss, by heath-bell, by flower-sprinkled turf, by brilliant bracken, and mellow granite crag.
92. When her soiled armchair was replaced, she sat, accepted another crystal chalice of whatever it was they were drinking, sipped, then in a seductively mellow contralto announced that the initiation ceremony of the two temporary Mages would begin.
93. This lake may have been ten miles in circumference, and lay very green and beautiful in the evening light, with a thick fringe of reeds at its edges, and with its surface broken by several yellow sandbanks, which gleamed golden in the mellow sunshine.
94. But ere he closed his eyes he let them wander round his old room, mellow in the glow of the firelight that played or rested on familiar and friendly things which had long been unconsciously a part of him, and now smilingly received him back, without rancour.
95. There would be a time for Europe, I thought; all too soon the days would come when I should need a man at my side to put up my easel and carry my paints; when I could not venture more than an hour's journey from a good hotel; when I should need soft breezes and mellow sunshine all day long; then I would take.
96. Clegg would have been a lucky man if he had been able to ride on the same plateau of bliss Delmage experienced when cradling the three hundred year old instrument to his cheek; when drawing the bow across its strings, when imbibing the mellow tones resonated by the even density of its spruce and willow construction.
97. The clearness now in his life if only he had not done that! Nobody sofa-ridden in it, no grown-up thwarting daughters, and himself vigorous, distinguished, entirely desirable as a husband, choosing with the mellow, yet not too mellow, wisdom of middle life exactly who was best fitted to share the advantages he had to offer.
98. As they turned to leave the road leading on to Bethany, they observed the temple, glorified by the rays of the setting sun; and while they tarried on the mount, they saw the lights of the city appear and beheld the beauty of the illuminated temple; and there, under the mellow light of the full moon, Jesus and the twelve sat down.
99. The warm, mellow breeze from the sea delicately caressed her face and ruffled the feathers in her fuchsia hat; her dainty high collar tickled her chin with each movement of the air, but she remained perfectly still just as she had been instructed at finishing school where the head mistress instilled the admirable qualities and mannerisms of a truly refined woman.
100. She separated a little displeased by the penetrating aroma, the exuberant smell of the fresh grasses had always disliked her as they awoke her allergy and if that was not sufficient, they detached its unpleasant steams impregnating the ambience with a smell of mellow and rotten fat; she preferred the dehydrated ones that had a light fragrance but were also powerful.
1. Everyone agreed some mellowing out was in order.
2. It got you paranoid and talky, instead of mellowing you out.
3. She recounted the events of the evening, his concern mellowing her mood.
4. A distraction from the uncertainties, mellowing the edge of his predicament, he.
5. He was mellowing now, and for the past year had been seeing a young divorcée over in Wise.
6. And as he got older, instead of mellowing, the neuroses intensified and he lumped them all together.
7. The shaded sconces on the wall further amplified the mellowing sensation created by the subtle lighting.
8. The hostile, Gestapo expression showed signs of mellowing to what could be interpreted to be a sociable level.
9. Artaxis nodded his head before looking around at the mellowing atmosphere of the banquet that was drawing to a close for the night.
10. And so we sat at the head-table and ate and drank and the day became night, mellowing into a fine evening of drinking, song-singing and poetry.
11. The sconces dimmed, leaving the symphony in what appeared a halo of light and the rest of the room in a soft, warm glow that was very mellowing.
12. Times were good in those days, and I guess it was the mellowing of my soul, and the marriage between the soul and spirit, that put me in tune with His Presence.
13. Autumn is coming—already it is mellowing the leaves; and, as I sit brooding in this melancholy little town (and how melancholy the little towns of Germany can be!), I find myself taking no thought for the future, but living under the influence of passing moods, and of my recollections of the tempest which recently drew me into its vortex, and then cast me out again.
14. At one’s feet springs the dark-green nettle, with its slender crown of flowers, while the broad-leaved burdock, with its bright-pink, prickly blossoms, overtops the raspberries (and even one’s head) with its luxuriant masses, until, with the nettle, it almost meets the pendent, pale-green branches of the old apple-trees where apples, round and lustrous as bone, but as yet unripe, are mellowing in the heat of the sun.
1. His voice had mellowed.
2. I mellowed there, George.
3. He has mellowed, she said.
4. His friends say he’s mellowed a bit.
5. The sun had mellowed and the countryside.
6. Those five days with you have mellowed me.
7. The difference was that age had mellowed me.
8. She mellowed, perhaps in response to his huffiness.
9. Defeated by his lesser opponent, the congressman mellowed.
10. Shinds mellowed out and reminded himself that he had his.
11. Who knows, maybe he genuinely has mellowed a bit with age.
12. The creature looked at him and its facial expression mellowed.
13. Perhaps something like this would have mellowed Fenton for life.
14. The point was Ali came back, this time more serious, and Ish mellowed.
15. Spock mellowed as he realised Moo had been put in a difficult situation.
16. Still, death has mellowed me, and all I wish is to join my brethren in the lava.
17. Steve saw the man he had called Jules smiling now, seemingly having mellowed a bit.
18. Bob’s attitude mellowed over time, which made gaining his cooperation even more difficult.
19. The wine had so mellowed Rob that he refrained from giving the lout the clout that he deserved.
20. When hunger took over him though he mellowed, and grew wiser to the ways of God in His Holy place.
21. Helping Nicole with her rounds had mellowed her somewhat to the point where she no longer considered him a vulture.
22. I promise that I won’t hurt you, Sophia, Jericho mellowed, and voluntarily wiped her tears with his caring hands.
23. Life has mellowed out the challenges of my youth, but my aging process and diabetes give me a whole new set of challenges.
24. And, to be fair, Rohsail’s attitude towards Thirsk seemed to have mellowed somewhat under the corrupting influence of the earl’s sheer competence.
25. The two opposites hit it off immediately and once Skeets decided that Sam was physically invincible, his demeanor mellowed and Sam became Skeets Kirby‘s only true friend.
26. Hopkins might behold it with ineffable joy and see his own glory diminish if the suffering of the lost should wane, but that type of heart has never been mellowed by the softening influences of the gospel.
27. To you who are young, when the pages of your life are yellowed from time that has passed and your soul has mellowed from dreams that have died and your ship has sailed and your soul’s been sold and your tale’s been told.
28. This particular quality depends so much on the freshness of the paint that when this is mellowed and its vividness is lost, nothing will remain of value, if the quieter qualities of design and arrangement have been sacrificed for it.
29. The land had been cleared of wood for a reasonable distance around the work, but every other part of the scene lay in the green livery of nature, except where the limpid water mellowed the view, or the bold rocks thrust their black and naked heads above the undulating outline of the mountain ranges.
1. Knume mellows him out most of the time.
2. Warms in the tint, and mellows in the shade.
3. But mellows what we write to the dull sweets of rhyme.
4. A sure hit with a touch of raspberry flavoring that mellows with age! Original recipe yield: 6 dozen.
5. A human child is born, erupts through puberty, mellows in maturity, fades with age, and eventually returns to the dust of death.
6. As soft chorus that mellows the heart,.

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