They want emotion, intensity and anger, not mild or logical persuasion, from their standard bearer.
Chile relleno is another meatless meal, served in a mild salsa ranchero redolent of tomatoes.
A number of sources have indicated that he suffered a mild heart attack, but is now “recovering well.”
In the 14th century, four centuries of mild weather came to an abrupt halt in Europe.
The expression on his face: mild alarm, in danger of escalating to silent scream.
It was a mild, peaceful Sabbath day when they bore her to the tomb.
If this is only in a mild way, what will it be when it blows harder?
There was a deep goodness and tenderness about this mild night.
His tone was mild, and that spelt danger to Hanson, had he known it.
Never was it known that an aristocracy, which was haughty and tyrannical in one century, became easy and mild in the next.
Old English milde "gentle, merciful," from Proto-Germanic *milthjaz- (cf. Old Norse mildr, Old Saxon mildi, Old Frisian milde, Middle Dutch milde, Dutch mild, Old High German milti, German milde "mild," Gothic mildiþa "kindness"), from PIE *meldh-, from root *mel- "soft," with derivatives referring to soft or softened materials (cf. Greek malthon "weakling," myle "mill;" Latin molere "to grind;" Old Irish meldach "tender;" Sanskrit mrdh "to neglect," also "to be moist"). Originally of persons and powers; of the weather from c.1400, of disease from 1744. Also in Old English as an adverb, "mercifully, graciously."