Answer: to make less severe; to become milder
Word Origin late Middle English: from Latin mitigat- 'softened alleviated' from the verb mitigare from mitis 'mild'.
Scrabble Points: 11
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Mitigate definition is - to cause to become less harsh or hostile : mollify. How to use mitigate in a sentence. mitigate or militate? mitigate vs. militate Synonym Discussion of mitigate .
9 synonyms of mitigate from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus plus 24 related words definitions and antonyms. Find another word for mitigate . Mitigate : to make more bearable or less severe.
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Mitigate definition to lessen in force or intensity as wrath grief harshness or pain; moderate. See more.
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