A relatively low-gravity beer, often with a dark colour; mild ale(noun)
Examples of word mild
Some say the term mild traumatic brain injury best describes what happens to the brain.
But it wasn't until she began talking with fellow patients that she heard the term mild traumatic brain injury.
Testing by the VA found 44,500 of 570,000 Iraq and Afghanistan vets had suffered what it called mild traumatic brain injuries.
And we separate asthma into what we refer to as mild intermittent.
He has twice before been treated for this mild, what he calls mild heart attacks, and again, at the close of campaign had this catheterization procedure and has been told to change his diet a bit.
"Well, you know your father has never much approved of gambling, beyond what he calls a mild flutter; so when he found she was throwing away several thousands a year ----"
Father Biard (1611) has left us an interesting account of this tribe, which he characterized as mild and peaceful in temperament.
WASHINGTON Reuters - The head of Standard & Poor's sovereign ratings, David Beers told "Fox News Sunday" he did not expect "that much impact" when global markets open on Monday due to what he called a "mild deterioration" in the U.S. credit standing to AA-plus from top-tier AAA.