- having the flavor or aroma of mint.
Origin of minty1
Origin of minty2
perhaps special use of minty1
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Examples from the Web for minty
At first, the taste is bright and mostly of fennel, then it slides into anise, and then fades away with a minty finish.The Absinthe-Minded Porteños of Buenos Aires
March 10, 2014
“Very herbal, minty, some thyme, rosemary, lots of linden,” he concludes.Honey Harvest at the Waldorf Astoria’s Beehives
August 3, 2013
After choosing complementary beats, Minty Fresh considered what it would mean, emotionally, to fuse the tracks.Introducing Jaydiohead
January 15, 2009
Well, if you'll let me telegraph 'yes' to Minty, I don't care if yer do.
"I reckon you ain't as keerful of yourself, you Britishers, ez us," said Minty.
For a moment, Minty seemed struck with her father's original theory.
Get in out o' the wind, Minty, or you won't have no Boston left.
You're a-goin' to have a good time with Thinkright, ain't you, Minty?
Word Origin and History for minty
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