Minto

[min-toh]
noun
  1. Gilbert John El·li·ot-Mur·ray-Ky·nyn·mond [el-ee-uh t-mur-ee-ki-nin-muh nd, -muhr-ee-, el-yuh t-] /ˈɛl i ətˈmɜr i kɪˈnɪn mənd, -ˈmʌr i-, ˈɛl yət-/, 4th Earl of,1845–1914, British colonial administrator: governor general of Canada 1898–1904; viceroy of India 1905–10.
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Historical Examples of minto

  • It is curious to note that in 1374 the church of Minto belonged to the diocese of Lincoln.

  • Over the leaves in Miss Minto's cup she frowned through her clouded glasses.

    Bud

    Neil Munro

  • Mrs. Minto's eyes were weak, and she could not keep her seams straight.

    Coquette

    Frank Swinnerton

  • "But that's where a washstand's stood before," wailed Mrs. Minto.

    Coquette

    Frank Swinnerton

  • They were not altogether unlike; but Mrs. Minto had taken the wrong turning.

    Coquette

    Frank Swinnerton