Definition of mild:
humble, clear, bonkers, barbed, cracked, tepid, fruity, tame, small, sunny, beatific, pocket-size, diffused, untroubled, piano, lowly, indulgent, bittersweet, combination, softhearted, fine, fiery, tenderhearted, burning, chocolatey, appealing, bats, haywire, medium-sized, daft, bug-eyed, buggy, good, patient, sensitive, bleak, astringent, delicate, wacky, voiced, brackish, diffuse, faint, accusing, acerbic, light, mild-mannered, batty, caring, middle-sized, flavored, boiling, equable, balmy, flabby, black, soothing, tropical, blistering, cushy, smooth, gentle, mellow, midsize, broad-spectrum, chronic, meek, temperate, warm, lukewarm, medium, asymptomatic, dark, around the bend, bionic, nice, regular, loopy, moderate, rough, spiritless, easy, loony, congenital, curious, communicable, nonabrasive, clement, clinical, flaccid, accusatory, whacky, scalding, pocket-sized, red-hot, generous, nuts, scorching, acute, cold, kooky, chocolate, bloodless, barmy, catching, middling, kookie, subdued, acrid, docile, edge, round the bend, autoimmune, absent, low, nutty, hot, strong, wild, bitter, mid-range, acidic, darkly, antenatal, antimalarial, modest, ad hominem, dotty, warm-hearted, breezy, sonant, minor, loco, crackers, advanced, small-scale, fair, biting, antibacterial, acid, brooding, aseptic.
- humble (part of speech: adjective)
- calm (part of speech: adjective)
- mild (part of speech: adjective)
- tasteless (part of speech: adjective)
unexcitable (part of speech: adjective)
- "Slippy McGee, Sometimes Known as the Butterfly Man", Marie Conway Oemler.
- "The Dark Tower", Phyllis Bottome.
- "The Mother's Manual of Children's Diseases", Charles West, M.D..