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  • adj. Having a flavour or essence of mint.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. relating to or suggestive of mint


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  • Grande Absente is a bit more "minty" whereas Absente is more peppery or earthy.

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  • The scent is light and kind of minty, with a cool feeling to it, not an overpowering smell.

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  • "The bit parts he was up for were usually coded with terms like nebbishy," minty "or fey.

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  • On the medium-bodied palate, the fruit is ripe, but restrained, with dark fruit flavors (blackberry, blueberry and a little plum) with more Thai basi/anise character along with sweet, minty herbs.

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  • Made in a juicy, low-oak, easy-drinking style, it has nice core of sweet black cherry and blackberry fruit flavors, light earthy-wood notes and just a bit of that minty character.

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  • Since they taste just like breakfast, you can floss in the morning before eating without worrying about the usually minty taste of floss interfering with the flavors of the meal.

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  • This time though, as I walked over to where he was sitting, he offered me a cup of sweet minty tea and motioned for me to pull up a chair next to his.

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  • I thank the powers that be that I am now safely home, wearing my warm and dry pyjamas and having a big mug of hot, minty tea.

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  • Badedas minty Tylenol (which seems to fuel good dreams)

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  • Its falafel incredibly light and delicate, encased in perfectly crisp shells, beautifully spiced and seasoned, long on savoury flavour live up to the billing, served with a fresh minty tzatziki, so-so standard pitta and salad.

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