Third person singular
- to reduce or lessen
- 1795 — George Washington, Seventh State of the Union Address
- Measures are pursuing to prevent or mitigate the usual consequences of such outrages, and with the hope of their succeeding at least to avert general hostility.
- 1813 — James Madison, Fifth State of the Union Address
- But in yielding to it the retaliation has been mitigated as much as possible, both in its extent and in its character...
- 1896 — Walter Hadwen, The Case Against Vaccination
- Then they tell us that vaccination will mitigate the disease that it will make it milder.
- 1901 — H. G. Wells, The First Men in the Moon, ch 7
- Then I discovered the brilliance of the landscape around was mitigated by blue spectacles.
- 1920 — H. P. Lovecraft, The Cats of Ulthar
- The plague had not been kind to him, yet had left him this small furry thing to mitigate his sorrow; and when one is very young, one can find great relief in the lively antics of a black kitten.
- (to reduce or lessen): exacerbate, aggrandize, aggravate, incite, increase, intensify, irritate, worsen
to reduce, lessen, or decrease
- Second-person plural present tense of mitigare.
- Second-person plural imperative of mitigare#Italian.
- Feminine plural of mitigato.
- vocative masculine singular of mītigātus
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