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They were both suffering from a mild bout of the flu.
brain injuries ranging from mild to severe
He eyed her with mild amusement.
There was a note of mild alarm in her voice.
He received the mild sentence of a year's probation.
a mild soap that's kind to your skin
I was given a mild sedative to help me sleep.
This is the American English definition of mild. View British English definition of mild.
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