from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Of or pertaining to lint.
- adj. Covered with lint.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Like lint or flax; soft.
- Covered with or full of lint.
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We were both stoned on laced weed and a linty rainbow of pills from the pocket of his ripped jeans.
Who knew how long it had lain in the linty velvet of the jeweler's display case?
He said I looked good all fuzzy which meant linty... and that pleased him.
From the corner of the lining she patiently pulled out a half-eaten, linty M&M and holding it, as reverently as though it were the Sacrament, she whispered almost to herself, “Jay always thought he could handle anything, everything!”
They were extremely angry when I denied them the treat – all the warnings about not accepting food from strangers paled in comparison to a handful of linty chocolates.
They also seldom clean them, so if you're planning on any criminal behavior, do NOT get shot by a cops 'linty, dusty, nasty bullet!
Dig into your linty pockets for a quarter and drop it in the slot.
Shock waves with their linty freight hit other particles and gases already lingering in one small pocket of the Milky Way.
I pulled it, linty, from my pocket and held it out in my palm.
But once I pulled it from the drawer filled with hardened rubber band balls, misshapen paper clips, linty gum wrappers and tic-tac boxes filled with aspirin, I was all good.