Mild and Terrible


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Mild adjective – Moderate in type or degree or effect or force; far from extreme.
Usage example: mild criticism

Terrible is an antonym for mild.
Nearby Words: mildness, mildly
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Terrible adjective – Causing fear.
Mild is an antonym for terrible in bad topic.
Nearby Words: terribly, terrify, terror
Antonyms for Terrible
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Things that words describes

sense mild sense terrible sense
people mild people terrible people
death mild death terrible death
case mild case terrible case
Other nouns: way, effects, accent, damage, pain, curse, powers, injuries.

Both words in one sentence

  • These are just a few, picked out semi-randomly, ranging from “mild, but missing the point” to “unspeakably terrible”.
  • In mild cases it's because of the quality of presentation, with terrible spelling, punctuation and spacing making an otherwise quality story almost unreadable.
  • Video Game / Mole Mania It's a terrible predicament for the mild-mannered mammals, but the scene is set for the most challenging puzzle-action game since the Adventures of Lolo series for the NES.
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