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milden

(ˈmaɪldən)
vb
to make or become mild or milder

milden


Past participle: mildened
Gerund: mildening

Imperative
milden
milden
Present
I milden
you milden
he/she/it mildens
we milden
you milden
they milden
Preterite
I mildened
you mildened
he/she/it mildened
we mildened
you mildened
they mildened
Present Continuous
I am mildening
you are mildening
he/she/it is mildening
we are mildening
you are mildening
they are mildening
Present Perfect
I have mildened
you have mildened
he/she/it has mildened
we have mildened
you have mildened
they have mildened
Past Continuous
I was mildening
you were mildening
he/she/it was mildening
we were mildening
you were mildening
they were mildening
Past Perfect
I had mildened
you had mildened
he/she/it had mildened
we had mildened
you had mildened
they had mildened
Future
I will milden
you will milden
he/she/it will milden
we will milden
you will milden
they will milden
Future Perfect
I will have mildened
you will have mildened
he/she/it will have mildened
we will have mildened
you will have mildened
they will have mildened
Future Continuous
I will be mildening
you will be mildening
he/she/it will be mildening
we will be mildening
you will be mildening
they will be mildening
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been mildening
you have been mildening
he/she/it has been mildening
we have been mildening
you have been mildening
they have been mildening
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been mildening
you will have been mildening
he/she/it will have been mildening
we will have been mildening
you will have been mildening
they will have been mildening
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been mildening
you had been mildening
he/she/it had been mildening
we had been mildening
you had been mildening
they had been mildening
Conditional
I would milden
you would milden
he/she/it would milden
we would milden
you would milden
they would milden
Past Conditional
I would have mildened
you would have mildened
he/she/it would have mildened
we would have mildened
you would have mildened
they would have mildened
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References in classic literature ?
There was more wet in the air and it seemed likely to both men that the weather would "milden" toward afternoon and make the going safer.
Thanks to the support and training of Dixon, who Sherston knows is "relying on [him] to put up a creditable performance" (167), thanks to Colwood's encouragement and friendship, and thanks to a renewed friendship with Denis Milden when he becomes Master of the Ringwell Hunt, Sherston has truly become a "fox-hunting man." As when he became a "thruster" with the Dumborough Hunt, in the Ringwell point-to-point, Sherston responds positively to the pressure to succeed in sport, exceeding the "undefeatable" Brownrigg.
Nylund, Mats; Milden, Peter: New strategies in Finnish independent television production.
Neal Little Washita River, Texas 1870 John Kelly Upper Washita, Texas 1874 John Mitchell Upper Washita, Texas 1874 Zachariah Woodall Washita River, Texas 1874 Michael McGann Rosebud River, Montana 1876 Henry Wilkens Little Muddy Creek, Montana 1877 Camas Meadow, Idaho Milden H.Wilson Big Hole, Montana 1877 Moses Williams Cuchillo Negro Mountains, New 1881 Mexico Frederick E.
[Welcher Lebendige, Sinnbegabte, liebt nicht vor allen Wundererscheinungen des verbreiteten Raums um ihn, das allerfreuliche Licht--mit seinen Farben, seinen Strahlen und Wogen; seiner milden Allgegenwart, als weckender Tag.
They now can walk into Keesler FCU branches at the Royal Air Force's Alconbury, Lakenheath and Milden hall bases north of London and submit bills for payment in British pounds.