Examples of dint in a Sentence
left a small dint in the car's fender
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Osborn said the Century Plaza will surpass the Century in luxuriousness by dint of being newer and adding two extra amenities: a game room and private lockers in the fitness area.
There was a hole in the ceiling and a dint on a red car.
While there are other active South Philly theater troupes, like 11th Hour and Theatre Exile, Raw Street stands out by dint of its home base.
London Breed is the acting mayor, by dint of her role as president of the Board of Supervisors, the city’s governing body.
The kingdom positions itself as a leader in the wider Muslim world by dint of its custodianship of Islam’s two holiest sites in Mecca and Medina.
Unfortunately, lots and lots of Trump backers will believe this stuff solely by dint of the fact that Trump tweeted it.
By dint of compassion, cussedness and innovation — like training ordinary villagers to act as community health visitors — the two would go on to build clinics and create programs that could be imitated worldwide.
Yet in the course of human events an individual sometimes emerges, who by dint of practical genius and power of personality, becomes a sort of force multiplier, a source of impetus that opens an avenue to highest achievement.
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Origin and Etymology of dint
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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