Mild and Sharp
Opposite meaning words
Sharp adjective - Having a powerfully stimulating odor or flavor.
Usage example: that cheese is so sharp that its rank aroma can practically clear a room
Both words in one sentence
- The thing the dad does in Who's Your Daddy to prevent his baby from killing themselves tend to be pretty mild such as locking cabinets and keeping cleaning supplies and sharp objects out of reach.
Source: Hilariously Abusive Childhood
- Luke is a calm, mild-mannered Jedi Knight while Leia is a quick-tempered, sharp-tongued political leader.
Source: Red Oni Blue Oni / Film
- Street Fighter V makes Birdie into one, by giving him the ability to throw banana peels and soda cans to attack, which is a sharp departure from the series' usual mix of realistic, but slightly embellished martial arts with mild supernatural elements.
Source: Fighting Clown
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