adjective, mint·i·er, mint·i·est.
Origin of minty1
adjective, mint·i·er, mint·i·est. Slang.
Origin of minty2
Examples from the Web for minty
Contemporary Examples of 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
Historical Examples of minty
He was just rising bravely to swagger out to the theatre when Minty Brown came in with one of the club-men he knew.The Sport of the Gods
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Well, if you'll let me telegraph 'yes' to Minty, I don't care if yer do.A Phyllis of the Sierras
Minty, with his troopers, swept down the valley of the Tennessee to near Chattanooga.Chattanooga and Chickamauga
Henry V. Boynton
"I shouldn't think Aunt Kittredge would want to," said Minty reflectively.
Minty felt her burden of guilt to be greater than she could bear.