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See definition of mitt on Dictionary.com
  • as inarrest
  • as infist
  • as inglove
  • as inhand

synonyms for mitt

  • capture
  • detention
  • imprisonment
  • incarceration
  • accommodation
  • apprehension
  • appropriation
  • bag
  • bust
  • captivity
  • collar
  • commitment
  • confinement
  • constraint
  • crimp
  • drop
  • fall
  • gaff
  • glom
  • grab
  • heat
  • hook
  • nab
  • nail
  • nick
  • nip
  • pickle
  • pinch
  • pull
  • restraining
  • snare
  • sweep
  • booby trap
  • pick up
  • preventive custody
  • protective custody
  • pull in
  • run in
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antonyms for mitt

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  • freedom
  • release
  • liberation
  • refusal
  • rise
  • activation
  • encouragement
  • letting go
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    How to use mitt in a sentence

    For the average person in average cold temperatures, it would be prudent to have a medium-weight glove that has good dexterity, but also to carry some heavier synthetic mitts that are often very lightweight and warm.
    DRESS LIKE AN ALASKAN TO WEATHER THE WINTER COLDBY TYLER FREEL/OUTDOOR LIFEJANUARY 20, 2021POPULAR-SCIENCE
    Carefully remove the bread pudding from the pot using oven mitts and the trivet handles.
    INSTANT POT DELIVERS THE SILKIEST BREAD PUDDING WE’VE EVER TRIEDJESSIE SHEEHANDECEMBER 11, 2020WASHINGTON POST
    With five thousand dollars in your mitt, you wouldn't need to hang around here to take a lot of slurs.
    BLOW THE MAN DOWNHOLMAN DAY
    “Old man Willard held out the marble mitt that-a time, Derry,” said he.
    THE TERMS OF SURRENDERLOUIS TRACY
    As I watched, she picked up a heavy motorcycle jacket, worn as a catcher's mitt, and put it on like armor.
    LITTLE BROTHERCORY DOCTOROW
    Ich will Kacht, in den namen Gotts, zu den biderben luten und willig mitt und under inen sterben.
    HISTORY OF THE GREAT REFORMATION, VOLUME IVJ. H. MERLE D'AUBIGN
    Carrying the bag that contained his uniform and mitt, he swung off with a vigorous, buoyant stride, whistling cheerfully.
    THE NEW BOYS AT OAKDALEMORGAN SCOTT
    Worry yelled out, then he looked carefully at Ken, but he made no effort to go after the ball or pick up the mitt.
    THE YOUNG PITCHERZANE GREY
    He grasped Ken with both hands, then he let him go, and picking up a ball and a mitt he grasped him again.
    THE YOUNG PITCHERZANE GREY
    Every ball player should own his own mitt or glove and become accustomed to it.
    OUTDOOR SPORTS AND GAMESCLAUDE H. MILLER
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    WORDS RELATED TO MITT

    • accommodation
    • apprehension
    • appropriation
    • bag
    • booby trap
    • bust
    • captivity
    • capture
    • collar
    • commitment
    • confinement
    • constraint
    • crimp
    • detention
    • drop
    • fall
    • gaff
    • glom
    • grab
    • heat
    • hook
    • imprisonment
    • incarceration
    • mitt
    • nab
    • nail
    • nick
    • nip
    • pick up
    • pickle
    • pinch
    • preventive custody
    • protective custody
    • pull
    • pull in
    • restraining
    • run in
    • snare
    • sweep
    Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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