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Sentence count:55Posted:2017-03-29Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: mitigatemitigationlitigationcastigateinstigateinvestigateobligatedlitigantMeaning: ['mɪtɪgeɪt]  adj. made less severe or intense. 
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1 Soil erosion was mitigated by the planting of trees.
2 The caveat emptor doctrine has been mitigated by the implied terms as to quality.
3 But increasingly the vagaries of the weather are mitigated by snow-blowers.
4 He mitigated the problem by saying that the Son's generation by the Father is no event in time but is eternal.
5 These are not mitigated by the presence of recognizable and attractive actors and actresses.
6 Between 1937 and 1941 he discovered drugs which mitigated the worst symptoms of these maladies.
7 Although delays were mitigated and judicial efficiency improved, the courts continued to exercise little moral authority.
8 A certain nervous expectation, incipient disappointment mitigated by professional Micawberism, is a more accurate description.
9 An incredible horror-barely mitigated by the gallantry award and hero's status he had earned by staking his own life.
10 This myth has persistently mitigated against a recognition of other centres of cultural activity.
11 He had an aristocratic demeanor(, mitigated by terrific street cred.
12 Fortunately marital failure had been mitigated by the public knowledge of her lover's wealth.
13 It was not mitigated by the presence of the odd woman in the cabinet.
14 Systematic risk can be mitigated only by being hedged.
15 He gladly accepted the mitigated penalty.
16 The living conditions were slightly mitigated.
17 Her words mitigated my suffering.
18 Clym's grief became mitigated by wearing itself out.
19 The warped phenomenon is mitigated when the chordal height decreases.
20 Unacceptable risks are mitigated by design or by other means.
21 The cost of getting there is mitigated by Sydney's offer of a subsidy.
22 As a result,[] at least some of the Bill's dire consequences were mitigated.
23 The summit's failure to address environmental issues may however be mitigated by meeting of G7 environment ministers later this year.
24 The reined-in impatience which so often emanated from Ian was absent, Theodora's gravitas mitigated and Julia's social nervousness sedated.
25 If he fails to take such measures, the party in Breach may claim a reduction in the damages in the amount by which the loss should have been mitigated.
26 This makes sense, as the grid-to-plate capacitance is small and the larger grid-to-cathode capacitance is mitigated by the cathode following the grid in phase.
27 Reflection can be reduced, even dispelled, through some proper measures of receiving termination while crosstalk can be mitigated via some measures, such as shortening the length of parallel line, in...
28 Once occurring fire in the plant , pyrophoric material leaks must be minimized for their consequences mitigated.
29 Any briber who confesses the bribery voluntarily prior to prosecution may be given a mitigated punishment or be exempted from punishment.
30 The degree or materiality of exposure can be as risk mitigated by establishing control activities.
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