from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete variant of mint.
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The media talking heads have been bashing Caroline non-stop for a minth, no big surprise that knee-jerk opinion would turn on her.
Move your mouth towards minth, more, preciousest, more on more!
Looking forward to adding the Banks of the Seine in Paris next minth.
A Hen, a handful of Parsley, a sprig of Thyme, three of Spear-minth, a little balm, half a great Onion, a little Pepper and Salt, and a Clove, as much water as would cover the Hen; and this boiled to less then a pint, for one good
Answering the question: What comes after "minth?" posted on 12/21/2009 4: 21: 10 PM PST
The competition in Las Vegas last minth pitted 11 finalists against each other on the ivories, all in homage to the part-time Kingsbury Grade resident known for his rhinestones and showmanship.