What comes after that—a stint on The Surreal Life or something?
It's hard to overestimate Olbermann's importance to MSNBC since his second stint with the network began in 2003.
His stint at BP showed he was the master of so-called efficiency savings and self-publicity.
After a stint at Camp Pendleton, she served an eight-month tour in Iraq before being tapped for the prestigious base.
But Pressler made clear that a second stint in the Senate would be very different than his first.
I have given myself a stint, and I always feel bad if I fall an inch short of my plans.
If this injured his confidence it did not stint his courage.
Dr. Ducarrel told me he used to stint Oldys to three pots of beer whenever he visited him.
One morning she sat in her rocking-chair, doing what she thought was a "stint."
Mexico and the land of maana spelled romance and rest to me in the city room where I do my daily stint.
"to limit, restrain, to be sparing or frugal," Old English styntan "to blunt, make dull," from Proto-Germanic *stuntijanan (cf. Old Norse stuttr "short, scant," Middle High German stunz "blunt, short," German stutzen "to cut short, curtail, stop, hesitate"), from PIE root *(s)teu- "to beat, strike, push, thrust" (see steep (adj.)). Related: Stinted; stinting. The noun is attested from c.1300.