Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of mitten.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • He returned late many nights from symphony parties and came to my room, bundling me up in mittens and coat and hat, and we climbed to the roof, where he would produce a steaming bowl of the soft baked fruit.

    Beneath the Pear Trees « A Fly in Amber

  • T-shirts and cute little tops and lighterweight purses that don't have to contain mittens and kleenex and fifteen chapsticks!

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • T-shirts and cute little tops and lighterweight purses that don't have to contain mittens and kleenex and fifteen chapsticks!

    Weathering Through

  • I have just got 2 kittens, one is blck and white and has white soocks so its called mittens the other one is a Tabby and it has gorgous markings, i just dont know what too call it.

    The Most Popular Names for British Pets - Freakonomics Blog - NYTimes.com

  • In fairness, the ample cut of the illustrated rain-coat allows easy access for the long piece of string to which your mittens are attached.

    Ok, so there are bigger niggles in life

  • The mittens are the perfect size and they are so soft and thick.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • Next to the mittens is a purple-and-blue wool hat, and I immediately think how warm it would be to wear it flying home later tonight.

    Revealers

  • The mittens are the perfect size and they are so soft and thick.

    A perfect marriage of wool and paper.

  • The "breeze" that seems to drift through my mittens is a pretty good indicator.

    Krafty1

  • If you'll be out late, maybe grab your autumn weather "mittens" or a scarf from deep inside the closet?

    Forecast: Friday breeze & chill; warmer weekend

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