[ UK /mˈɪnti/ ]
  1. relating to or suggestive of mint
  2. of the flavor of mint, particularly peppermint
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How To Use minty In A Sentence

  • Matt stepped out of his room and she could smell the minty scent of his aftershave.
  • I thank the powers that be that I am now safely home, wearing my warm and dry pyjamas and having a big mug of hot, minty tea. How a short trip can seem very long
  • They also have a strong pepperminty smell when you crush the leaves!
  • On the third shelf in the medicine cabinet she located the minty mouthwash her husband had lately begun to insert into her shopping list. DEATH OF AN UNKNOWN MAN
  • As a child on the South Shore of Massachusetts, I would go foraging for wild blueberries and “checkerberries”–small red berries with white flesh and a minty flavor. Foragers, Speak Up - Bitten Blog -
  • Fantastic, pure, rich, full nose of fruit and caramel, with an almost minty overtone.
  • The minty, mind-clearing lotion with peppermint and eucalyptus, which is dabbed onto the temples, has apparently been proven to make 91% of users feel calmer.
  • For those of you who happen to be kissing ‘anti-garlic’ persons, we suggest you follow cloves with a sprig of parsley, for a minty breath mask.
  • Do you detect an odour that is either pepperminty or musty?
  • ‘You were jumping so beautifully, and Minty looked so wonderful,’ she whispered, her fingers knotted in the sheets as she leaned close, speaking of his show-jumper, the gorgeous dun, ‘The triple.’
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