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adjective as in brand-new

noun as in a lot of money

verb as in create, coin

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Example Sentences

For context, 17 unicorns were minted in the United States during Q3 2020.

For now it’ll only be available in vanilla, though chocolate, mint, and pistachio versions have been available over the years.

From Eater

Instead, 2017’s bull run was largely fueled by a wave of newly-minted “alternative” cryptocurrencies that made big promises.

From Fortune

The thought of sending our newly minted 5-year-old into a virtual learning environment at a new school broke our hearts.

From Vox

With a newly minted degree in literature, it was pretty much the only job I was qualified for.

Zied suggests popping a breath strip, sucking on a strong mint, or reapplying your lip gloss.

By the way, a mint condition 1958 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz convertible can now sell for as much as $350,000.

Then, it went big and ultimately became just another breath mint.

The true origins of the mint julep, however, stretch back considerably further.

So when you take that first frosty sip of your mint julep in celebration of the Kentucky Derby, enjoy it.

The last-named engine was intended for the coinage operations in the Mint at Lima.

The Mint belongs to our engine concern, and now coins about five millions per year.

It was founded in 1723, and has since become a place of considerable size, for in it is the chief mint of the empire.

We are also told that the mint master was allowed a certain number of these coins as pay.

The word "money" is derived from the temple of Jupiter Moneta, where the Roman mint was established.


On this page you'll find 85 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mint, such as: original, perfect, virgin, excellent, first-class, and fresh.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.