adjective, mild·er, mild·est.
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Ironically the milder temperatures of approx 32f meant wet conditions for skiing described as ‘miserable’.VIDEO Prince Harry Arrives in Antartica But Conditions May Yet Hamper Teams|Tom Sykes|November 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
This kind of whining was at the milder end of the loony spectrum.
Cameron said he did not know that Coulson had received only a milder vetting until six months before News of the World closed.How Close Is Prime Minister David Cameron to Former Murdoch Deputy Rebekah Brooks?|Mike Giglio|March 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Hemp is widely grown in the north, and the milder climate of the south encourages gardening.
This census juggling by the Magyars was one of their milder methods of administration.The Birth of Yugoslavia, Volume 1|Henry Baerlein
Indolent is a milder term for the same quality; the slothful man hates action; the indolent man loves inaction.English Synonyms and Antonyms|James Champlin Fernald
Spring was faintly heralded in milder weather, by the return of the birds, and the presence of little buds on the leafless trees.Andy at Yale|Roy Eliot Stokes
In fact, the weather was milder than any experienced after leaving St. John, and was remarked by Rob.Among the Esquimaux|Edward S. Ellis