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    mint example sentences

    mint


    minting


    minted


    mints


    1. mint soap), depending on the insect


    2. You can't understand it but she likes mint and chocolate chip together


    3. The talk turned to the various sweets we used to eat as children; it seems Gary had a thing about liquorice bootlaces (typical boy!) whereas I preferred mint imperials


    4. He was wise and powerful, and it was said that he always knew how to give the best advice, even in the middle of the greatest of hardships and miseries, and so, over a mint julep or two by the side of the old man’s pool, the young man and his princess told him about their problem


    5. 'Now, listen, Parekh-ji said as he finished his glass of mint chaas, 'things are


    6. 'Now, listen,1 Parekh-ji said as he finished his glass of mint chaas, 'things are


    7. and so, over a mint julep or two by the side of the old man’s pool,


    8. and even Tom could recognise mint, lavender and rosemary


    9. “These cards are in mint


    10. He had dried some Hazel leaves and some mint, chopped it up and was now rolling it in a scrap of paper


















































































    1. How do we justify the exploitation of poor, wastage of food, raping women, killing people, settling disputes through war, grabbing land to build temples, churches, mosques in God’s name and minting money on the name of faith and so on


    2. “That’s a surprise to me, that we’re minting our own money!” Mark noted as he took a quick look at one of the coins, struck on one side with a bust portrait of he and Talia wearing similar ornate crowns and smiling into each other’s eyes, and on the other with a map of the island with the sword-star of Hilia in the center


    3. “That’s a surprise to me, that we’re minting our own money!” Mark noted as he took a quick look at one of the coins, struck on one side with a bust portrait of he and Talia wearing similar ornate crowns and smiling into each other’s eyes, and on the other with a map of the island with the sword-star of Hilia in the center


    4. The most surprising thing had been Dimarico's disclosure of an extensive minting operation by four different stamping operations—unknown to one another so as to prevent the loss of the entire silver hoard should part come to light and be interfered with by someone in authority


    5. From it he took something which glinted dully in the mellow light—a broad gold coin of antique minting


    6. ” In short, we are minting it


    7. Minting Corporation of India Ltd


    8. At that point the Government started minting new coins in the


    9. Brooke's success must depend either on plumpers which would leave Bagster in the rear, or on the new minting of Tory votes into reforming votes


    1. Frosty minted drinks of a golden nectar appeared on the glass table at the corner between their seats when they looked for them


    2. minted sausages, the turkey wrigglers and the very large packet of


    3. minted members of the Guardian corps


    4. His newly minted wedding ring caught the sunlight


    5. kings this world has minted


    6. Words used to me at work by a young, newly minted attorney roughly forty years my junior, a few years ago


    7. Modern conventions have apparently lost its (reasoned) capacity to appreciate, at their face value, the (potential) pitfalls of unbecoming attitudes although (seemingly) encouraging the flaunting of anti-social behavior that is typically provided refuge in recently minted (psychogenic) disorders


    8. I looked up on the Internet the year the Krugerrand was minted


    9. Then, each newly minted but lesser king, in his own way, strayed further afield than had the father, Solomon


    10. But the newly minted literalist interpretation also referred to in another previous chapter seems to have been made without reference to the “God is spirit” declaration made within the context that it was taken from







































    1. But, first, We cannot always judge of the value of the current money of different countries by the standard of their respective mints


    2. Before the reformation of the silver coin in King William's time, exchange between England and Holland, computed in the usual manner, according to the standard of their respective mints, was five-and twenty per cent


    3. Though the current coin of the two countries, therefore, were equally near the standards of their respective mints, a sum of English money could not well purchase a sum of French money containing an equal number of ounces of pure silver, nor, consequently, a bill upon France for such a sum


    4. Supposing the current money of the two countries equally near to the standard of their respective mints, and that the one pays foreign bills in this common currency, while the other pays them in bank money, it is evident that the computed exchange may be in favour of that which pays in bank money, though the real exchange should be in favour of that which pays in current money; for the same reason that the computed exchange may be in favour of that which pays in better money, or in money nearer to its own standard, though the real exchange should be in favour of that which pays in worse


    5. The former pay in a species of money, of which the intrinsic value is always the same, and exactly agreeable to the standard of their respective mints ; the latter is a species of money, of which the intrinsic value is continually varying, and is almost always more or less below that standard


    6. He shrugged, pulling out a packet of mints


    7. Allow individual mints to air dry for 2 hours


    8. "These party mints are great for special occasions, and they can be made ahead of time for convenience


    9. Allow individual mints to air dry for 2 hours


    10. "These party mints are great for special occasions, and they can be made ahead of time for convenience




























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    Synonyms for "mint"

    mint mint candy batch deal flock good deal great deal hatful heap lot mass mess mickle mountain muckle passel peck pile plenty pot quite a little raft sight slew spate stack tidy sum wad coin strike stamp counterfeit manufacture issue

    "mint" definitions

    (often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent


    any north temperate plant of the genus Mentha with aromatic leaves and small mauve flowers


    any member of the mint family of plants


    the leaves of a mint plant used fresh or candied


    a candy that is flavored with a mint oil


    a plant where money is coined by authority of the government


    form by stamping, punching, or printing


    as if new