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Definition of "mitigated" []

  • To make or become less severe or harsh; moderate (verb)
  • Lessened, reduced, diminished (adjective)

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  • Simple past tense and past participle of mitigate. (verb)

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Use "mitigated" in a sentence
  • "6 The fearless spirit of Leo, his authority and eloquence, again mitigated the fierceness of a"
  • "But in a crucial departure from Empiricism and towards what might be called a mitigated rationalism, Kant also holds that not all cognition"
  • "This conservative, fallibilist position, which Hume calls mitigated scepticism, is the proper epistemic attitude for anyone “sensible of the strange infirmities of human understanding”"