- an aromatic herb, Mentha spicata, having lance-shaped leaves used for flavoring.
Origin of spearmint
Examples from the Web for spearmint
Contemporary Examples of spearmint
Our bar is nothing fancy like Spearmint Rhino,” he admits, “but we try to be a friendly place.The Worst Strip Club in Vegas
September 17, 2010
Historical Examples of spearmint
When I got my letter, I was in the gardin, right there by the spearmint bed.Country Neighbors
He seemed to think that Spearmint had taken a liberty with his name, and even to resent it.Marge Askinforit
Balm, peppermint, spearmint, and other teas are made in the same way.
He bent down to regard a lean file of spearmint growing by the wall.Ulysses
I've got an important message for General Weatherby, at Spearmint.Triplanetary
Edward Elmer Smith
- a purple-flowered mint plant, Mentha spicata, of S and central Europe, cultivated for its leaves, which yield an oil used for flavouring