from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. superlative form of mellow: most mellow.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • It was clear, soft, and mellow as the mellowest bell ever cast by eastern artificers of old time to call worshippers to prayer.


  • One of the best (and mellowest) cuts on Budden's hotly anticipated "Mood Muzik 4" mix tape, this features a standout turn from Clipse member (and new Kanye BFF) Pusha T. Nikki & Rich featuring Fabolous: "City Lights"

    Singles File

  • It's the mellowest album to date by the veteran guitarist (who serves as an Adjunct Professor of Music at NYU), smoothly interspersing well-crafted originals and well-selected "covers" (as opposed to standards), including Abbey Lincoln 's "Throw It Away" and Billy Eckstine 's "I Want to Talk About You."

    Piano Perspectives, Visions of Vaudeville

  • The British singer-songwriter turns in the mellowest, most insidious "Thriller" cover ever.

    Lists: Our favorite random Michael Jackson covers

  • With a flick of the sleekest silver remote, he turned the lights on to their mellowest, most seductive level.

    One Flight Up

  • I've always thought of Toronto as the mellowest film festival, where the staff is unfailingly pleasant and everyone pronounces "about" "aboat."

    Erica Abeel: Dust-Up in Toronto

  • Means: When the WE channel debuted Bridezillas, it was an interesting show because it revealed that weddings (or more accurately wedding salespeople) can make even the mellowest woman go a little batty.

    Reality TV Hates Women

  • Christmas: The mellowest time of year - 12-12-08 printers

    ana-ng Diary Entry

  • Christmas: The mellowest time of year - 12-12-08 wacky food combos and idiocy

    ana-ng Diary Entry

  • Christmas: The mellowest time of year - 12-12-08 waiting for the cable guy

    ana-ng Diary Entry


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.