mildly (part of speech: adverb)
broad-mindedly, charitably, open-mindedly, forbearingly, evenly, gently, benevolently, kindly, laxly, permissively, tolerantly, liberally, cordially, peacefully, meekly, genially, sweetly, clemently, mildly, peaceably, quietly, softly, tenderly, moderately, amiably, insipidly, benignly
- Gardoqui set forth that his royal master was graciously pleased to deal leniently with the Americans, and would confer one favour upon them, but could not confer two. - "The Critical Period of American History", John Fiske.
- She said nothing, and, after a pause, I continued,- " I hope you'll think as leniently of my conduct as you can, for I can't tell you how grieved I am to have pained you." - "The Great K. & A. Robbery", Paul Liechester Ford.
- " I know youÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ re a good sort, George Smith," he said, leniently, " nobody could wish for a better, but while IÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ m master of this here ship it donÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ t become you to take things upon yourself in the way you do." - "Light Freights, Complete", W. W. Jacobs.