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  • adj. smelling of mint


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  • Mona and I had smoked the mint-scented contents of horror, contained in a manila coin envelope and embossed with the image of a grinning red devil.

    Barry Michael Cooper: Requiem For The Zooted

  • Ted Fitch blew out an explosive, mint-scented breath.

    Goodnight Nobody

  • After that, they had rubbed mint-scented oil all over her naked body—her breasts, her nipples, even her genitals.

    Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down

  • Erick leaned closer, his mint-scented breath sweeping over her ear.

    Secrets Never Told

  • Our tribbles fook like some exotic variety of lichen as they cluster on the warm, slick surface of a black boulder, their wispy fur quivering in the mint-scented jungle breeze.

    Star Trek

  • The Persian chased it off, then put down the fan to dip a towel in a basin of mint-scented water, and wiped the unmoving face.

    Funeral Games

  • He picked up his mint-scented napkin, wiped his mouth and set aside his wine-cup.

    The Praise Singer

  • In many sections of the city, people took to wearing hospital masks or rubbing mint-scented paste under their nostrils to mask the smell of the dead. - News

  • I know it shouldn't be necessary for a six-year-old to wear latex gloves, a face mask, and carry around packets of mint-scented anti-bacterial handwash.

    The Toque

  • I don't know about you, but if I got a lovely, colorful bottle of pear - or mint-scented blowing bubbles from a



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