Mild and Temperate

Mild

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Mild adjective – Marked by temperatures that are neither too high nor too low.
Usage example: the mild weather that makes springtime such a delight

Temperate is a synonym for mild in property topic. In some cases you can use "Temperate" instead an adjective "Mild", when it comes to topics like state, balmy, warm, fair. popular alternative
Nearby Words: mildness, mildly
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Temperate

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Temperate adjective – Marked by temperatures that are neither too high nor too low.
Usage example: escaped a cold Midwestern winter by vacationing in a more temperate climate down south

Mild is a synonym for temperate in quality topic. You can use "Mild" instead an adjective "Temperate", if it concerns topics such as property, state, balmy, calm. popular alternative
Nearby Word: temper
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version mild version temperate version
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  • Useful Notes / Houston Weather Dissonance: High in the 80's (sometimes even reaching the 90s or 100s) during fall and mild and temperate in the winter.
  • Series / Land of the Giants Human Chess: A giant uses some of the little people as chess pieces in "Deadly Pawn." Instrumental Theme Tune It's Always Spring: The weather is always relatively temperate and mild, with no rain or snow.
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