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Use "mildest" in a sentence
"'Sir Vernon is good enough to call the mildest form of diversion a lark!' said Brian Wendover, smiling at her."
""Louis, I choose the mildest, that is detention." ..."
"Subjects extol public tranquillity, citizens individual liberty; the one class prefers security of possessions, the other that of person; the one regards as the best government that which is most severe, the other maintains that the mildest is the best; the one wants crimes punished, the other wants them prevented; the one wants the State to be feared by its neighbours, the other prefers that it should be ignored; the one is content if money circulates, the other demands that the people shall have bread."