Noun(1) (often followed by `of'(2) any north temperate plant of the genus Mentha with aromatic leaves and small mauve flowers(3) any member of the mint family of plants(4) the leaves of a mint plant used fresh or candied(5) a candy that is flavored with a mint oil(6) a plant where money is coined by authority of the government
Verb(1) form by stamping, punching, or printing
Adjective(1) as if new
(1) Loudcloud was set up by Marc Andreessen, the man who made a mint out of Netscape.(2) For healthy apple trees, plant some nasturtiums and mint around the trunks to deter woolly aphids.(3) You can start some herbs, such as thyme, mint and rosemary, from cuttings or from young plants you buy at a florist or greenhouse.(4) It's called Midford Castle, and was built in the shape of an ace of clubs by a man who made a mint at gambling - not difficult to guess what his winning card was.(5) Most countries that switch continue to mint their own coins, however.(6) I've been recycling Enid Blyton plots for years and made a mint .(7) I could have made a mint being a fortune-teller, too - though I already would have known that.(8) Herbs like dill, mint and cumin were also highly prized.(9) Certainly, this was not the case where the husband went off to work and made a mint and the wife was left at home the whole period looking after the children.(10) You can smell the mint , basil, and dill intermixing together and providing the outside with their spicy, sweet scents.(11) After trimming the mint plant I put that in the sun room.(12) If '50s record producers thought they could make a mint with a white kid who sang like a black man, why couldn't a white kid who played like a black man be big too?(13) The Argentinian mint has only ever issued three commemorative coins.(14) All Scots and foreign coins were then sent to the Scottish mint to be melted down and replaced by money issued by the English crown.(15) While I was out there I pruned back the mint , rosemary and oregano plants which were past their best.(16) He added that the coin mint moved to that site in 1546, just before Edward VI became King, and the minting of coins halted there in 1554.