Definition of mellowly in English:

mellowly

adverb

See mellow

‘Old or new, many of the songs had a slightly different colour to them due to the presence of Justin Haynes on guitar, adding touches that were, by turns, mellowly acoustic or screamingly electric.’
  • ‘I got home, got sick, then spent the evening mellowly lying about with the demon beast.’
  • ‘Burns says mellowly: ‘It's good that this [event] is only taking two years off my life.’’
  • ‘There's a sick, wrenching guilt and despair built into it, a relentlessly severe conclusion for a film which has moved along so mellowly.’
  • ‘And when before have clarinets and horns been so mellowly blended?’