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Definition of "mellowness" [mel•low•ness]

  • The property of being mellow. (noun)

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Use "mellowness" in a sentence
  • "But as the wood-wind grows in mellowness and richness, the flute gradually dies away into a secondary theme and the wood-wind alone evolves the melody of a new song."
  • "So far, this Christmas is noteworthy for its mellowness, which is a great good thing, that I'm hoping carries over into 2008."
  • "After all, the mellowness is the essence; if the years merely age without mellowing a thing, they have done it no good; the same thing new is the more desirable article."