- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of mitigate.
“I really don ` t respect the fact that she kind of mitigates how much she has been selling or what kind of money she ` s been making.”
“Bringing sequels out every weekend kind of mitigates their risk.”
“In one way of looking at it, convection "mitigates" a pure radiation model.”
“That kind of mitigates any shame I might have felt for making fun of the retarded guy.”
“Nothing any of these guys do "mitigates" what the others have done.”
“That kind of mitigates the "always been known" stretch - known by whom?”
“But, then, as with Spencer, he "mitigates" this harsh opinion by invoking the instinct of sympathy, which cannot be checked "without deterioration of the noblest part of our nature".”
“He "mitigates" the problem by arguing, "the changeability in our view of the past is a condition of getting our present into proper perspective.”
“But the shift mitigates that—fewer balls fall in because Teixeira hits them into the gloves of a shifted-over gaggle of infielders.”
“This constant clearing of the underbrush and deadwood mitigates the type of brush fires we always get at this time of year. jsandrock”
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